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About Sang H. Lee

Sang is the founder and CEO of Return on Change. He's constantly searching to help startups that are looking to change the world! He's a leader in equity crowdfunding and is always happy to help entrepreneurs and startups. He previously worked as an investment banker in the energy field at WestLB and BNP Paribas, accruing a wealth of expertise in financial regulation, business, and financial structuring. Sang is also the Executive Director of CF50, a global think tank of thought leaders within the crowdfunding industry. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter.

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Thank You For All Your Support

A Letter From Our CEO and Founder.   To our amazing Return on Change supporters, Above all, I want to thank you all so very much for your support for Return on Change. Many of you have been with us in all shapes and forms; as investors, startup founders or just believers in our goal to […]

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5 Keys to Equity Crowdfunding Success

keys to equity crowdfunding success

  Even for individuals that are not in the industry, it’s really hard to even go a few hours, let alone a whole day, without seeing a headline referring to crowdfunding. A highly popular and new form of fundraising, crowdfunding is changing the landscape of entrepreneurship and business. After the passing of the JOBS Act […]

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What Oculus’ Buyout Means For Crowdinvesting’s Future

There has been much excitement over the recent acquisition of Oculus VR by Facebook which came almost immediately after the mammoth WhatsApp deal.  The total spending by Facebook is now up to $21 billion in 2014 which is a little shy of the amount invested by all angel investors in the United States for 2013. […]

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What If You Were A Crowdinvestor In WhatsApp?

There has been so much news about the WhatsApp purchase by Facebook for $19 Billion dollars.  It’s an enormous amount of capital and amounts to the second biggest tech purchase of all time. Prior to that Instagram got much attention as well, but we’re very interested in showing you what would have happened to your […]

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4 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Figure Out How Much Capital To Raise

Many startup founders are really good at starting their business models and working with others to get beyond the prototype phase.  They even have great investor connections and networking skills to take their business to the next level.  However, often they get stuck in figuring out how much capital they need to raise.  This article […]

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Interview with Doug Ellenoff- Leading Attorney in Crowdinvesting

Today we bring you a special interview with Douglas Ellenoff- one of the leading experts in the crowdinvesting space. Mr. Ellenoff is a founding member of the Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP law firm and is a corporate and securities attorney.  He has been heavily involved in the conversations with the SEC, entrepreneurs, investors, and […]

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Our Crowdfunding Comment Letter to the SEC

Return on Change has spent a significant time of work going through the proposed regulations for Title III and responding to many of the questions that were posed by the SEC.  While the comment period is now closed (last day to submit comments was February 3rd, 2014), we were glad to see so many entrepreneurs, […]

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3 Conferences in 3 Cities in 1 Week. Oh my…

Not too long ago I had a full week of traveling and conferences where I learned and experienced so much. Speaking at these events is not only an honor, but also a lot of fun, giving me an opportunity to freely interact with both my fellow panelists and speakers as well as the audience.  On […]

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5 Reasons EdTech Startups Have Great Access to Capital

EdTech Startups Raising Capital

EdTech is one of the 5 industries we support at Return on Change, and the EdTech startup industry has recently received a lot of attention from the general public as well as the investment community. While education has traditionally had a certain aura of immovability and static inertia, the recent introduction of cutting edge technologies […]

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4 Misconceptions on Raising Capital Entrepreneurs Need To Know

raising capital

People that are looking to be entrepreneurs, or even existing business owners, have some common misconceptions around raising capital.  Often time they are on the opposite ends of the spectrum that have little to do with business acumen or the potential to be successful.  It has a lot to do with your own networks, your […]

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