Local Funding, Everyday Investors, Shared Success

No longer is the opportunity to invest in early-stage or privately-held companies afforded to the 1%. Now that equity crowdfunding is available in North Carolina, hundreds of thousands of residents can invest in businesses to diversify their portfolios, help drive economic growth statewide, or to simply support companies they love.

And we’re not talking about rewards-based crowdfunding where you get a t-shirt for a few hundred bucks. Equity crowdfunding involves a real opportunity to support growing companies in which you can monetarily share in their success.

Local companies, those in specific industries, women owned, veteran owned, minority owned… all have a chance to benefit from the massive new pool of funding represented by hundreds of thousands of everyday investors located across North Carolina.

We launched INVESTinNC to educate business owners and residents about how we can all benefit by coming together to support economic growth in North Carolina – and we invite you to join the crowd.

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News & Articles


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