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EquityNet Launches Private Capital Crowdfunding Marketplace with New Business Funding Network

Fayetteville, AR -- EquityNet, LLC announced today the launch of its new Business Funding and Support Network. The new network offers EquityNet’s rapidly-increasing base of entrepreneurs a diverse network of capital providers, business supporters, and service providers, including angel investors, private equity groups, government grant entities, non-profits, banks, business incubators, SBDCs, business consultants, service providers, and other members of the U.S. and international entrepreneurial community.


According to EquityNet’s founder and CEO, Judd Hollas, “We are very excited about this new release and EquityNet’s most significant and valuable new set of system capabilities since we launched the Company’s flagship Enterprise Analyzer™ software in 2007. When combined with our relatively mature Enterprise Analyzer technology, our new Business Funding and Support Network offers entrepreneurs, investors, and business supporters an unrivaled suite of system capabilities. No other system combines EquityNet’s patented web-based enterprise planning, analysis, and optimization capabilities with a crowdfunding network of capital providers, business supporters, and service providers.”


Mr. Josh Eno, EquityNet’s lead developer of the network capabilities said, “We designed the network interfaces and functional capabilities with our end users in mind.” Streamlined and intuitive, the new system is already receiving praise from users who appreciate the efficiency of coupling such functional depth with pleasing ease-of-use. Mr. Eno continued, "We look forward to providing our user base increasingly advanced capabilities in new releases over the coming year.”


Entrepreneurs can use the new EquityNet Network to find funding and support by viewing and filtering the profiles of EquityNet members and then sharing their business plan with members. Entrepreneurs can easily expand member profiles to learn more about them - including which type of industries they are interested in, which business stage(s) they deal with, what type of services they offer, how much capital they provide, their level of activity, and much more.


Investors and other members can use the new EquityNet Network to access free EquityNet deal flow and alternatively, to screen their own deal flow and to support entrepreneurs with a range of expanded capabilities.