Katipult CEO Brock Murray Discusses How to Use Crowdfunding Software to Market Reg. A+ Offerings on the “Reg.A Money Show”

NB Herard | By:  | Dec 17, 2017

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The Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding industry is starting to see groundbreaking software in use to run crowdfunding platforms and portals. Katipult is one such firm offering private label software services to Reg.A+ issuers allowing them to brand Regulation A offerings on their own website domain.

Las Vegas, NV, December 17, 2017 — The Reg.A Funding Group announced today that they have published their latest “Reg.A+ Money Show” radio podcast in which Katipult CEO Brock Murray discussed how to use crowdfunding software to market and better brand Regulation A+ offerings.

Marketing and branding are two crucial pieces of what makes a Regulation A+ offering successful. On this podcast episode, the “Reg.A Money Show” interviewed Brock Murray from Katipult to get his take on how software is transforming the industry and how his private label software company can help Reg.A+ issuers enhance their brand even further by developing their very own “Crowdfunding Portal” hosted directly on their website domains. Cloud-based software infrastructure now allows firms to design, setup, and operate an investment platform across multiple distribution channels including web, mobile, and social media – and brand it totally their own.

Besides being syndicated on the iHeartRadio Network, you can access the radio podcast here:

Said “Reg.A Money Show” co-host Ron Costa, “Just as software has touched basically every industry on the planet, now we’re seeing groundbreaking cloud-based software like Katipult in use in the Reg.A+ space to run crowdfunding platforms and portals. Reg.A+ will be all the better as a result.”


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About Katipult:
Katipult is a financial technology company that offers proprietary Crowdfunding Software that boasts the latest, powerful features and tools to launch a successful Real Estate or Equity Crowdfunding platform. Their software is being used in over 20 unique regulatory environments to grow investor networks, efficiently manage investors, and streamline deal flow administration. More information is available at www.katipult.com.


About The Reg.A Money Show
The “Reg.A Money Show” provides information and Reg.A education from the founders over at the “Reg.A Funding Group” as well as market insights from a variety of industry experts who appear on the show as guests. The show is hosted by Ron Costa and Miguel Dotres, who bring a wealth of information in regards to Reg A+, SEC filings, social media marketing, and various other topics in an entertaining and informative format. The podcast is quickly emerging as a “must listen” to all those interested in issuing Reg.A paper or investors interested in participating in a company’s Regulation A+ offering.

About The Reg.A Funding Group
With years of experience in the capital markets and proven results with social marketing, the Reg.A Funding Group provides real world, effective Regulation A advisory services for startup, growth and acquisition financing, while specializing in helping companies raise money with Regulation A+ Tier 1 and Tier 2 crowdfunding offerings. The Reg. A Funding Group can be reached at 612-888-REGA or atinfo@regamoney.com.

ncfa logo 600 - Katipult CEO Brock Murray Discusses How to Use Crowdfunding Software to Market Reg. A+ Offerings on the “Reg.A Money Show”The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding, alternative finance, fintech, P2P, ICO, and online investing stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, industry stewardship, and networking opportunities to over 1600+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada.  For more information, please visit:  ncfacanada.org