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Howard Marks is the founder and co-chair of StartEngine, Los Angeles’ largest startup accelerator and more recently a top contender in the crowdfunding and cryptocurrency space.
He was the founder and CEO of Acclaim Games (now owned by Disney), and the co-Founder of Activision and Chairman of Activision Studios (1991–1997).
In 1991, Marks and a partner transformed ailing video game giant Activision into a $14B market cap video game industry leader.
Graeme Moore is an exec and VP of Marketing at Polymath, the company looking to disrupt the securities industry by giving businesses access to the blockchain, smart contracts and token creation technology. Prior to Polymath, Graeme was involved in the investment, asset management and business development space.
Sam Kawtharani is the co-Founder & CEO of Corl, the world’s first revenue-sharing token designed to support and participate in the growth of emerging companies. Corl is disrupting and democratizing startup/SMB funding, creating a faster, easier, cheaper source of non-dilutive growth capital for entrepreneurs while opening up access to a previously illiquid, hard to access asset class.
Sam has close to a decade of experience in the fintech, payments and marketplace lending space, from startup to all the way IPO. He most recently served as the Head of Product at IOU Financial, a leading fintech SMB marketplace lender where he helped originate over $500mm in loans across the United States & Canada.
- The state of ICO fundraising
- The difference between security and utilities tokens (especially as it relates to regulators and the SEC)
- Why Polymath, StartEngine and many others believe security tokens are the future
- How Corl’s equity token offering works
- The importance of investor accreditation
- Rules to look out for when fundraising
- And much much more