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Equity Crowdfunding in 2022

August 17 @ 11:00 am

Join us for a breakdown on equity crowdfunding and lessons learned from Jonny Price, VP of Fundraising at Wefunder.

About this event

After recently closing a community capital round at OpenGrants, we are thrilled to host Jonny and discuss everything you need to know about raising equity crowdfunding in 2022. If you are considering crowdfunding for your startup, RSVP and bring your questions!

The conversation will cover –

  • Why equity crowdfunding?
  • How to prepare for crowdfunding?
  • Lessons learned from OpenGrants Wefunder Round
  • How Wefunder is changing the crowdfunding ecosystem
  • The future of community capital

Speaker Information

Sedale Turbovsky, CEO & Co-Founder, OpenGrants

Sedale Turbovsky is the CEO and co-founder of OpenGrants, a venture-backed startup focused on building modern infrastructure for funding. He has been an entrepreneur since childhood. After honing his leadership skills as an outdoor guide in his younger years, he started his professional career as an independent consultant focused on delivering data products and digital strategies to enterprise clients in South America.

He is experienced in independent grant writing and public/private partnerships at the highest level, having worked directly with OpenGrants’ current strategic partner, Momentum.

Jonny Price, VP of Fundraising, Wefunder

Jonny is the VP of Fundraising at Wefunder, a platform that lets anyone — not just rich people — invest in startups they love. Wefunder is a Public Benefit Corporation that helps founders raise up to $5M per year from their customers and community, as well as VCs and angels. Previously, Jonny started his career in strategy consulting at Oliver Wyman, before joining Kiva.org in 2011 to launch their U.S. lending operations. He has served on the Federal Reserve Board’s Community Advisory Council, and studied History at the University of Cambridge. Originally from the UK, Jonny now lives in Nashville with his wife Ali, and three children, Felicity, Carlyle and Margot.

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