How to Help Save Lives and Build A Successful Startup
Rebah Wheeling was a successful insurance claims adjuster. One emotional day while meeting with a hurricane victim lead to the founding of her fast growing local company – Schedule It.

In this podcast, Rebah talks about the emotional moment that lead her to start her company. Her description of the process of building her company is a MUST-LISTEN for any aspiring entrepreneur in our area and anyone else who would like to see our area prosper with technology startups in the “Third Wave” of the global economy.

Learn how she got started, how she got funded, and how she is building a very successful software as a service company right here in the Louisville area.
Final Countdown to Invest
I've mentioned a few times recently that one type of capital raise, a Regulation D 506(c), seems to be a fantastic way to raise capital that is completely untapped in the Louisville area. This type of SEC filing allows a local startup to advertise as much as they want as long as they only accept investments from accredited investors.

I used my own company, Blue222, as a test case, and the results have been fantastic. Blue222 is a Louisville area company that is "Uberizing" the business of real estate inspections - globally. Using the 506(c) exemption with a process I discussed in my last email lead us to quite a few local investors and eventually a $5 million investment from a Michigan private equity fund.

As we're finalizing the investment from the fund, we're completing one final $300,000 local capital raise under the 506(c) exemption. So, there's still time to invest ($5,000 minimum - accredited investors only). After the fund investment, no additional small investments will be accepted.

To access our pitch deck and full business plan, click here...BLUE222 INVESTOR ACCESS
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