What Does the JOBS Act Mean For Your Small Business?
An exclusive, live webinar from MyVenturePad and TriNet
August 8th at 3pm ET/ 12pm PT
A slow economic recovery makes for a risky environment for startups and small businesses - the JOBS Act is designed to change that. How can you take advantage of it?
The recently passed, JOBS Act is intended to ease regulations and make funding more available to startups. Join us as we explain this recent legislation in the context of this economic environment, and what it means for your emerging small business. Startups have never before had so many diverse paths to funding, but each one comes with its own challenges and risks. Meanwhile, the social web and new global connectivity of businesses and consumers creates both new funding opportunities and new concerns for businesses relying on investors.
We'll touch on the biggest challenges facing startups today:
About the Panel
Andrew J. Sherman is a Partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Jones Day, with over 2,700 attorneys worldwide. Mr. Sherman is a recognized international authority on the legal and strategic issues affecting small and growing companies. Mr. Sherman is an Adjunct Professor in the Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program at the University of Maryland and Georgetown University where he has taught courses on business growth, capital formation and entrepreneurship for over twenty-three (23) years and won numerous teaching awards at both schools. Mr. Sherman is the author of twenty-six (26) books on the legal and strategic aspects of business growth and capital formation. His twenty-third (23rd) book, Harvesting Intangible Assets, Uncover Hidden Revenue in Your Company’s Intellectual Property, (AMACOM) was published in October of 2011. His twenty-fourth (24th) book, Raising Capital, 3rd edition was published in the Spring of 2012, his twenty-fifth (25th) book, Essays on Governance published in late Spring of 2012 and his twenty-sixth (26th) book, Diamonds in the Rough, co- authored with Elizabeth Vazquez, is due to be published in late Fall of 2012. Mr. Sherman can be reached at 202-879-3686 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.