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Mr. Crowd is an equity crowdfunding portal for US entrepreneurs. If you need capital for business expansion, equipment purchases, facility build-out, or next year's operating expenses, we can help you raise up to 1 million USD in a 12-month period, by selling part of your business to retail investors.

To help us do that, we may need further information from you and your business. Before you start, please read the following guide carefully, which can help you understand the fundraising process on Mr. Crowd.

Your application may take you some time to complete. All the information you provide is held confidentially.




Application Review (1 week)

The Application Review process is an assessment of an issuer's eligibility to conduct a crowdfunding offering and to complete certain limited due diligence required under Regulation Crowdfunding. We try to understand the issuer's business operations, financials, compliance as well as funding needs. After the Application Review, we will notify the issuer whether the fundraising application is approved.
Securities Offering Preparation (3-4 weeks)

Once the Application Review process is finished and the issuer's fundraising application on Mr. Crowd is approved, the issuer can start working on its securities offering. This includes the preparation of the funding campaign page, the creation of cover video and multimedia. We provides necessary supports to assist the issuer to draft the offering materials (SEC Form C) and to submit required documents to the SEC.
Pre-Fundraising Period (1 week)

After filing Form C, but prior to the first day when securities are sold to investors, the issuer's funding campaign page will be accessible to the investing public and the issuer may receive questions from potential investors through Mr. Crowd that are publicly available on the portal. The management team has to answer these questions and address any inquiries from potential investors properly.
Fundraising (30-45 Days)

Once the Pre-Fundraising Period is finished, the fundraising process will be started! Investors registered with Mr. Crowd can buy the shares of the issuer during this period with investor funds being held in an escrow account maintained by an FDIC insured bank until closing. In this crucial period, the issuer needs to communicate with the potential investors to ensure the fundraising target can be achieved.
Successful Fundraising!

If the fundraising minimum target is reached, the offering will be ready to close and funds disbursed from escrow. However, this is not the end of the story. Mr. Crowd serves as an investor relationship platform for successfully funded companies to communicate with their investors through the issuer's post-campaign page, the news channel and the corporate Q&A section. Building a relationship with investors is critical and developing a communication strategy to keep investors aware of activities, status, and the needs of the issuer is paramount. A well-managed investor relationship is also crucial in attracting future investors. We provide the tools and channels to help issuers to build these relationships.






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Profile
Company Name
Place of Incorporation
Date of Incorporation
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Telephone
Address1
Address2
City
State/Province
Postal Code
Country
URL
No. of Employees
Industry
Major shareholders:



Please list shareholders of your company who are owning 20% or more.
Investment
Business Valuation
$

The value of your business today, or the pre-money valuation, is how much you believe your company is worth before any money you raise is taken into account.

Amount to Raise
$
Placing
equity

This is the minimum target you aim to raise, which should be enough for you to achieve the goals set in your business plan.

Overfunding Amount
$
Placing extra
equity

This is the extra amount you want to raise when overfunding occurs. Setting an overfunding amount the allows raising more money, but it will also increase the amount of equity you sell to investors.
Own Capital
$

How much of your own capital have you invested in this business?
External Funding
$

Apart from your own capital, how much external funding has been received?
Funding Purpose


Please describe the funding purpose for this offering.
Financials
Financial Year

The accounting period for the following financial figures
Revenue
$

The total amount of money received by the company for goods sold or services provided in the latest financial year.
Cost of Good Sold
$

The direct costs attributable to the production of the goods sold by a company in the latest financial year.
Tax
$

The total amount of tax paid in the latest financial year.
Net Profit
$

Net profit is equal to the gross profit minus overheads minus interest payable in the latest financial year.
Total Assets
$

The total amount of all gross investments, cash and equivalents, receivables, and other assets in the latest financial year
Total Cash
$

The current value of a company's assets that are cash or can be converted into cash immediately, including bank deposits, marketable securities and government bonds.
Accounts Receivable
$

Accounts receivable is a legally enforceable claim for payment held by a business against its customer/clients for goods supplied and/or services rendered in execution of the customer's order.
Total Liabilities
$

The current aggregate of all debts, summing all short-term and long-term liabilities, along with any off-balance sheet liabilities which corporations may incur.
Short-term Debt
$

Debt payable within 12 months, it includes the current portion of the long-term debt.
Long-term Debt
$

Long-term debt is a financial obligation for which payments will be required after one year from the measurement date
Dividend Policy


The policy a company uses to decide how much it will pay out to shareholders in dividends.



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By submitting your application, you agree, represent and warrant:

1. That all information provided is true and accurate;

2. That no director of the company has a criminal record or has been declared bankrupt; and

3. You, management and directors of the company act in the best interests of future shareholders;


I acknowledge and agree to these statements and the Terms of Use of Mr. Crowd.

You need to a agree to these statements and the Mr. Crowd Terms and Conditions by checking the checkbox above.











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