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The Job Act!

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We will talk about Crowd Funding and the Job Act with Dara Albright....

Dara Albright is the founder of NowStreet Media, voice for the rapidly emerging private company marketplace. She is also the co-founder of The SoHo Loft Capital Creation Event Series, the definitive event platform for the private markets. Through its media, event production and consulting divisions, NowStreet Media is pioneering a number of innovative products and services designed to augment the growth of this young vibrant marketplace as well as enhance overall capital formation.

Our mission is to bring awareness and drive capital to the private company marketplace (PCM) as well as to help develop its infrastructure so that it can mature into a viable and functional institutional marketplace that facilitates capital formation, innovation, expansion and job creation.

Prior to founding the NowStreet properties, Dara has held a distinguished 19 year career in investment banking, investor relations and institutional sales. She has organized and managed hundreds of road shows and conferences for Wall Street’s elite. She has worked closely with a number of institutional and accredited investors providing investment and trading strategies as well as restricted transaction services. Dara has helped raise financing for companies across the globe in a variety of industries at various phases and rollouts. Her work has included extensive IPO road show execution and counseling newly public companies in the after-market. Prior firms she worked for include: Unterberg Towbin, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Divine Capital and Citigate Dewe Rogerson. Dara is a graduate of the George Washington University. Dara holds securities industry Series 7, 24, and 63 licenses.

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