New laws governing capital markets in the United States have just changed how business raises capital. The JOBS Act gave companies new ways to raise money from the public, and investors in them new venues to trade these investments.
Using CrowdEngine’s software platform, companies can legally raise money from the general public. CrowdEngine is a “white label” solution provider. All of our services are licensed and operated by CrowdEngine but made available to you and your customers under your domain and branding.
Our team has a diverse background in technology, startups, and online marketing. Our mission is to drive crowdfunding’s technology. We built the software and maintain the hardware, project managers, support teams, developers, and security so you can launch much faster and cheaper than building it yourself.
CrowdEngine is the first white label solution to support the new Regulation Crowdfunding rules that allow unaccredited investors to purchase securities online and is selected to demo our technology on Capital Hill.
CrowdEngine powers Michigan's First Equity Crowdfunding Platform Under Intrastate Law! See http://ow.ly/JEttP
2014 was a year of growth, we exceeded $1 BILLION in equity crowdfunding deals posted on the CrowdEngine platform!
In 2013 we continued to add more than 150+ features during the year. On October 23, 2013, the SEC issued the proposed crowdfunding rules for Title III of the Crowdfunding Act, so we set to work on getting all the required functionality built so we could make sure our customers are ready. By the end of the 2013 we had launched over 60 crowdfunding platforms.
In 2012 the Jobs Act was passed by President Obama, bringing further changes to the capital raising rules that have stood for over 70 years. Based on the feedback of a few beta customers, we smoothed out the rough edges, added an incredible amount of new functionality, and diligently kept working to further develop the software in "stealth" mode.
Our crowdfunding software began development in 2011 and the Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act passed the house with a landslide 407 to 17 victory, which started the whole crowdfunding movement.