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Daryl H. Bryant, CEO of StartupValley to Attend Champions of Change Ceremony

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Daryl H. Bryant, CEO of StartupValley to Attend Champions of Change Ceremony

By Startup Valley (346 words)
Posted in Events on June 04, 2013

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Daryl H. Bryant, Co-founder and CEO of StartupValley has been invited to the Champions of Change Ceremony in Washington, DC. The event will be held in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building South Court Auditorium at the White House on June 4, 2013.The program recognizes and honors everyday Americans who aim to make a difference within their communities. Each month these individuals are invited to the White House to share their unique ideas with one another.

This particular event is meant to highlight the dedicated entrepreneurs who hold the common goal of growth for emerging businesses such as startups and other compelling projects. Many of the invited attendees have embraced crowdfunding and how it can be used to create jobs, expand business and raise funds.

While each individual is passionate about a different area of expertise or field, we all continue to share our knowledge with others regularly. We are responsible for encouraging fellow Americans to work towards accomplishing their dreams, thinking outside of the box and helping others. Equity crowdfunding offers hope to those who wish to invest in a startup they would like to be apart of. Through the utilization of various social media platforms, the Internet and traditional networking, the potential for startups to gain recognition is boundless.

“Crowdfunding enables individuals, non-profits and businesses to leverage their social networks to raise funds online, filling a crucial gap in the capital markets." - Dara Albright, co-chair of the CfPA PR committee.

The members of the CfPA understand the power of crowdfunding and how it can be used to launch their business in a quicker manner and provide job growth. Donation-based crowdfunding has already been proven sucessful, but equity crowdfunding will introduce new entrepreneurs and innovative ideas to market. The Jumpstart Our Businesses Act (JOBS Act) was first signed into law on April 5, 2012, as business owners, investors and future entrepreneurs await the final rules and regulations to be finalized by the SEC.

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