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Author Topic: Share in breakthrough technology at a rock-bottom price. (US Legal system.)  (Read 1415 times)
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September 24, 2014, 08:32:58 PM
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For the purposes of securities law, this is not a securities offering.  There is no company offering shares.  Instead, the company will be incorporated around your specific investment.  On offer is a share in a specific technological break-through at rock-bottom prices.  It is in a hard engineering discipline.

The stock percentage that is on offer is commensurate with the stage, and as such you are entitled to 30% of the company in exchange for two third as many Clevelands (you will have to look this up, I am being vague here for obvious reasons.) This is considered a "token" amount in the private equity market, so if interested please write for a full description.  You will be making 95% of your choice based on the technology and your interests.  It is in a hard field in engineering.
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September 25, 2014, 05:54:58 PM
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Given that you have no prior history on this forum, you'll need to disclose more information if you expect anyone to be interested.

What is the nature of your technological "breakthrough"?

Why are you coming here for funding rather than raising capital in conventional ways?

How many people are employed at this company? Where is it based?

What amount of capital are you looking for and why?
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September 26, 2014, 02:20:54 AM
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Given that you have no prior history on this forum, you'll need to disclose more information if you expect anyone to be interested.

What is the nature of your technological "breakthrough"?

Why are you coming here for funding rather than raising capital in conventional ways?

How many people are employed at this company? Where is it based?

What amount of capital are you looking for and why?

The nature of the technological "breakthrough" is a fundamental innovation that has not been applied to a specific hard engineering field.  It is not far from what is discussed on the front page here - http://www.solarimpulse.com/timeline/view/6866

It is not true that I am not raising capital in conventional ways.

There is nobody employed at this company.  There is no burn rate.

It will be based around the jurisdiction of your choice, although I assume you would want this as an incorporated company in the United States.

The amount of capital was stated explicitly, if you will view it as a crossword puzzle you can Google it within 15 seconds.  This is not the forum to discuss dollar figures written out.
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