The NC PACES Act was signed into law on July 28, 2016 and became effective April 1, 2017, making it possible for small business owners to raise up to $2,000,000 through equity crowdfunding. This new financing option was designed to foster the support of North Carolina companies by North Carolina investors.

INVESTinNC.com is supported by two key players in the North Carolina crowdfunding space: LogicBay, the developer of FundingStack™, the first and currently the only intrastate funding portal to receive a notice of effectiveness of registration by the NC Secretary of State, and Cardinal Crowdfund Solutions, a strategic partner offering equity crowdfunding services related to the new rules and regulations to businesses desiring to use the crowdfunding exemption. 

To learn more about how your North Carolina based business can grow through crowdfunding, please click either link below or contact us at any time.

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