ISM’s Orchestrated Approach
to Raising Capital
Entrepreneurs with Start-Ups ~ This option is for companies that are just getting started. With ISM, you can raise capital at this phase of your business through a Pre-Formation Agreement. If you set up a meeting with 40 members of your family and closest friends and we don’t raise at least $30,000 for you during that meeting, we will refund the $5,000 and return the stock warrants. Who else will guarantee that they will raise money for you?
Cost: $5,000 + Stock Warrants + Expenses (Owners can choose to make three monthly payments of $1,750).LEARN MORE
Revenue-Generating Entities ~ This option is usually for companies that are already making money. With ISM, you can raise capital at this phase of your business through a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). Business owner maintains control of the PPM.
Cost: $15,000 + Stock Warrants + Expenses (Owners can choose to make three monthly payments of $5,250).LEARN MORE
Businesses with Tons of Paying Customers ~ This option is for companies that have hundreds if not thousands of paying followers and customers. Using Title III of the JOBS Act, we give your fans the opportunity to buy stock in your private company – which builds loyalty and increases employee production.
Cost: $25,000 + Stock Warrants + Expenses (Owners can choose to make three monthly payments of $8,750).LEARN MORE
Successful Companies ~ This option is for companies with $1,000,000 or more in annual sales. With ISM, you can raise capital at this phase of your business by going public through a Reg A+ Mini IPO. Going public on Main Street can cost you upwards of $1,000,000 with all its derivatives and manipulations.
Cost: $100,000 + Stock Warrants + Expenses + $5,000 a month after the first year (During the first year, owners can choose to make eleven monthly payments of $10,000). Owner also pays expenses for the audits, quarterly reports, and valuations.LEARN MORE
Have you heard about America’s Real Deal?
Qualified ISM Phase III companies will be able to sell their products, promote their brand, and acquire investors during and after a 30-minute television episode focused on informing the viewing audience about the benefits and risks of becoming a client/customer and investor of the company.
Kevin Harrington, one of the original Shark Tank sharks, and Forbes Riley, Queen of Informercials have both signed agreements to host/judge each episode’s show.
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