EWC is a consultant, advisory firm concerning assisting companies that are looking to do capital raising, debt financing, and securities lending, and that is looking for a strategic partner.
We work with companies that are currently in the following Funding Stages:
- Pre-Seed Funding: Visionary Stage
- Seed Funding: Typically Product/Service Development Stage
- Series A – First Round of Funding
- Series B – Second Round of Funding
- Series C – Third Round of Funding
- Series D – This is considered a special round of funding
- IPO – Public Market Launch
Regulation A +
Regulation A has two offering tiers: Tier 1, for offerings of up to $20 million in a 12-month period; and Tier 2, for offerings of up to $75 million in a 12-month period. For offerings of up to $20 million, companies can elect to proceed under the requirements for either Tier 1 or Tier 2. Both offerings provide opportunities to both accredited and non-accredited investors. For non-accredited investors, there is a stipulation on how much they can invest which is 10% of their assets excluding their primary home.
We proudly provide the following:
Consultant/Advisory Services: – EWC concierge service is where we walk step by step with the company in all aspects of the process including an introduction to our network of service providers, placement agency, broker-dealers, securities lawyers, auditors, strategies, stock transfer agents, etc., we handle making sure the right team is in place to make your capital raise a success. We want the management focused on building their business/brand while we get them ready for successful funding.
Marketing: Under the Regulation A+ the provision allows companies to do what is called “Test the Waters” this testing the waters involves oral or written communications to determine whether prospective investors both non-accredited and accredited could be interested in the offering. By soliciting potential investors, businesses can gauge the market interest in their securities before formally launching the offering. Testing the waters may not involve solicitation or acceptance of payment or a commitment to future payment for securities. The anti-fraud provisions of the federal securities laws apply to these communications as well as certain legend requirements.