A one-day conference for developers, investors, leaders, newcomers. Intensive and interactive workshops built around networking and learning.
Moderator | Conference Organizer: Eve Picker‘s world is wrapped around cities and change. With a background as an architect, city planner, urban designer, real estate developer, community development strategist, publisher, and instigator, Eve employs a rich understanding of how cities and urban neighborhoods work – and how they can be revitalized. Her latest urban (ad)venture is Small Change, a real estate equity crowdfunding portal to help fund transformational real estate projects.
Moderator | Conference Organizer: Jorge Newbery works to create meaningful social and financial returns for investors, while keeping families in their homes. Jorge founded American Homeowner Preservation in 2008 as a remedy for the nation’s mortgage crisis. With more than 24 years of experience in the real estate industry, Jorge draws on his extensive experience to lead AHP’s mission to facilitate win-win-win solutions for homeowners, investors and lenders. He regularly contributes to The Huffington Post, and other publications.
Moderator | Keynote Speaker: Markley Roderick concentrates his practice on the representation of entrepreneurs and their businesses. He represents companies across a wide range of industries, including technology, real estate, and healthcare. Expanding on his in-depth knowledge of capital raising and securities law, Mark is one of the leading crowdfunding lawyers in the United States, and has spent more than 30 years representing entrepreneurs and their businesses in a wide variety of transactions. Learn more about Mark on his crowdfunding blog, crowdfundattny.com.
Moderator: Georgia Quinn is the CEO and co-founder of iDisclose, an adaptive web-based application that enables entrepreneurs to prepare customized institutional grade private placement documents for a fraction of the time and cost. Heralded by Thomson-Reuters as a “Top Female Attorney” in New York City, she also serves as counsel at Ellenoff, Grossman & Schole, a leading crowdfunding firm where she specializes in facilitating financial transactions and compliance with JOBS Act regulations.
Moderator: Adam Paulisick is a co-founder of Fygment, an organization dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs in every industry and stage of business. Fygment helps entrepreneurs get UnStuck every Monday, illuminating technology and trends such as crowdfunding that help any entrepreneur find a way to succeed. Adam is the chief product officer of Commerce Signals, a data exchange used to power marketing and advertising efforts, and he continues to be active in the early stage venture community as a mentor in domestic and international accelerator programs. He is an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business.
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