EquityNet Founder & CEO Judd Hollas was recently interviewed by Thinking Bigger Business Media’s Kelly Scanlon.
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Here is the interview:
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Thanks to last year’s JOBS Act, crowdfunding is creating new opportunities not only for small businesses, but angel investors, venture capitalists and others interested in raising money for new companies.
Join Kelly as she talks with Judd Hollas, the founder and chief inventor of EquityNet, a firm that has helped raise more than $200 million through crowdfunding. They’ll talk about how crowdfunding could shake up the traditional rules of small business capital.
Judd Hollas is a pioneer in the field of crowdfunding with multiple patents granted for web-based capital marketplace systems.
Mr. Hollas is a pioneer in the field of crowdfunding with multiple patents granted for web-based capital marketplace systems. He has 20 years of experience as an independent technology analyst and investment manager in the private and public domains. He has personally invested in over 30 emerging technology companies in a wide range of industry sectors, including various software sectors, semiconductors, biometrics, networking, wireless communications, and conventional and alternative energy.
Prior to founding EquityNet in 2005, Mr. Hollas served as Division Manager for Beta-Rubicon, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in technology assessment and business due diligence services.