Electronic Wall Street Showcase
Wall Street is an On-Demand Showcase for Business Formation Projects
and Investment Development listings offered by new entrepreneurs
and existing business owners that are seeking Concept Funding that
include: crowd funding donations, business formation grants, equity
and venture capital. The IntraNet-TV Webchannel track ventures
from it's start through each successful round of funding,
until it become a Certified Business Model or Franchise. This is
a unique media production that will highlight the use of business
formation grants and the development of certified business models
into franchises in months instead of years. The first series will
begin an in-house production and later will seek wide distribution
outlets, including cable-tv channel and out media promotions. Some may
view this show as a small business version of the successful ABC-TV
Investment Show Shark Tank.
Electronic Wall Street Listings
The Electronic Wall Street Showcase broadcast
Business Formation Projects and Investment Development Model
Listings, for owners seeking business formation grants as seed funds. The showcase will track them through each successful round of
funding, until they reach their fund raising goal.
and marketing specialists are assigned to each project accepted and
they can provide assistance every step of the way. The selection
process began with business ventures accept by the ConceptStarter.Net to build a Business Formation Model to attract
future equity and venture capital funding.
Electronic Wall Street is a Business Formation and Franchise
Development Models showcase listing service on the Equity Stake
Exchange and the Franchise Stock Exchange. Electronic Wall Street is
made possible because of a series of Certified Business Models and
Franchise listings posted exclusively on two investment exchanges.
The United States is finally allowing
non-accredited investors to
invest in early stage business ventures, for the first time, since
Thanks, to Title III of the Jobs Act
that was signed into law by President Obama, on April 5, 2012.
Traditionally you had to be an
accredited investor with a net worth of $1 million dollars or more
to participate in private equity investing. The new law establishes
the conditions for a Private Equity Market, for early stage
start-ups. Before the new law passed, there were no private equity
investment exchanges for early stage start-ups in the United States,
were the general public could invest in the early stage growth of
first step in the process is to build a private sector business
infrastructure to fund early stage business ventures in major
cities where more than 5 billion people will live by 2030.
The SME Investment Exchange was
established to accommodate the large number of non-accredited
investors that will enter the private equity market.
Industry researchers and the World Bank
estimated that crowd funding generated $5.1 billion in funding
transactions in 2013 and will surpass $300 billion by 2025.