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About James Suh

James is the Strategy Director at Return on Change and is responsible for coordinating with all department heads in clarifying RoC’s development needs and objectives, adjusting strategic initiatives as needed. James graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Political Science and English. His research on Lockean individualism has earned him the “Best Paper Award” of the Duke Political Science Standard, a publication of the Duke University Political Science Department that showcases outstanding research in political science by Duke students.

Here are my most recent posts

Four Sources of Startup Capital for Entrepreneurs

Previously, we went over the different types of startup capital and determining which one is most appropriate for your business in its current stage of growth. For those of you in need of a capital infusion to jumpstart your business, we’ve compiled a brief overview of traditional and emerging funding sources. Here are four sources […]

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5 Types of Startup Capital

  Photo Credit: Small Business Support Whether it’s to pay employee salaries or to fund product development, there’s no denying that entrepreneurs need capital to cover the costs associated with operating a startup. If you’re someone who’s thinking about launching a business for the first time, navigating the maze of funding options out there can […]

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Mythbuster: Startups Will Not Use Crowdinvesting Due To Costs & Complexity

Return on Change is elated by the SEC’s recent approval of proposed crowdinvesting regulations under Title III of the JOBS Act. Crowdinvesting will be a game changer for startups raising capital in the private securities market, opening up a potentially huge source of financing and allowing everyday investors to have a say in what companies […]

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YES! SEC Unanimously Votes in Favor of Title III

At long last, the SEC has voted unanimously in favor of the proposed crowdfunding rules under Title III of the JOBS Act. This is a major development in how companies will be able to raise capital in the private securities market, allowing unaccredited investors (the general public) to invest in startups through online investment portals. […]

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Mythbuster: Crowdinvesting Will Attract Less Favorable & VC-Rejected Startups

Photo Credit: Mobi Health News Myth: One of the paramount concerns in the field of crowdinvesting is whether there will be a noticeable depreciation in the quality of investment deals that will be made available once regulations are finalized. Companies that aren’t deemed “VC-worthy” will naturally gravitate to the crowdinvesting marketplace as a last resort, enticing […]

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3 Things to Know About General Solicitation

For some time now, we’ve been rhapsodizing about how general solicitation is going to open up the capital markets and facilitate the fundraising endeavors of entrepreneurs. Lo and behold, on September 23, companies will be able to publicly announce that they’re raising capital through all forms of media — Twitter, Facebook, newspapers, blogs, email communications, […]

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Soho Loft University Series Presents: JOBS Act Workshop

Mark your calendars! Sang Lee, CEO and founder of Return on Change, is slated to speak at the JOBS Act Workshop as part of the Soho Loft University Series on Creative Impact Entrepreneurship. Date: May 7, 2013 Location: Baruch College Make sure to register: http://crowdfunding-university-baruch-newyork-57.eventbrite.com/#

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Efactor Conference at Howard University

After a brief hiatus, the RoC Blog is back with another video from one of our recent events! This time, the team visited Howard University to speak to passionate young entrepreneurs about various funding options – namely crowdfunding – that facilitate the capital raising process. CEO Sang Lee explains the ins and outs of crowdfunding […]

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Everywhere Else Crowdfunding Panel

  We have another great video for folks interested in learning more about crowdinvesting. This time, the RoC team went to the Everywhereelse.co Startup Conference in Memphis, a rousing success that featured tons of amazing startups based in cities outside the traditional VC hubs of New York and Silicon Valley. Other than enjoying some amazing […]

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Q&A How to Use Crowdfunding – Columbia University Business School

Our CEO Sang Lee spoke at a crowdfunding panel hosted at Columbia University. Check it out to learn how entrepreneurs can use crowdfunding for their startups!

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