Scott Jordan will be speaking at the 4th Oncology Partnering & Deal-making Conference November 16-17, 2015 in San Francisco, CA at Hotel Kabuki. He will be participating in the panel discussion, “Access to Capital Markets.”
Scott Jordan will be speaking at the 3rd Real Estate Crowdfunding Summit in New York on Wednesday, October 14th, the second event in iGlobal Forum’s Tech Reboot 3.0 series.
The phenomenal growth of real estate crowdfunding has outpaced every other industry—including technology—since the SEC legalized investment crowdfunding in September 2013. Crowdfunding provides real estate developers and syndicators with a new way to raise capital, and offers investors a new way to access this asset class beyond private equity and REITs.
Scott Jordan spoke at the panel “Innovative Ways to Fund Your Early-Stage Company,” a business track breakout panel of the MassBio Annual Meeting, on March 27 in Cambridge, MA.
The 8th Annual OneMedForum comes to a new venue in 2015, the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, with a range of exciting features. OneMedForum’s longstanding objective is to assemble the most innovative technologies in healthcare, life sciences, and medical technology and to connect these promising companies with investors and strategic partners. The venue will provide an exhibit area for networking and poster gallery presenting company poster displays, and exhibits of the latest tools for emerging healthcare, life sciences, and medical technology companies.
Rory Eakin, Founder and COO of CircleUp, and Scott Jordan, Founder of HealthiosXchange, provided insights about crowdfunding trends in a unique and informative session hosted by Pensco Trust Co.
Equity crowdfunding has a large and growing base of global supporters and advocates. Some call the recent rise in popularity “a revolution” in early-stage finance. The presentation covers:
- Differences in crowdfunding platforms
- Regulatory Implications
- Investment Trends
Scott Jordan spoke at Growth Capital Expo 2014 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV.
Growth Capital Expo 2014: Ideas for Investors and Executives of Micro-cap and Pre-IPO Emerging Growth Companies
The Growth Capital Expo brings together the best ideas, the most promising companies and the top deal makers in emerging growth finance for three days of education and networking in the nation’s premier destination for meetings and entertainment. The show has two full days of general session programming, networking and one-on-one meetings for investors, pre-IPO private and early-stage public company management, and capital markets advisers. Jordan spoke in the session “Institutional Equity Crowdfunding: Early Movers Prove the Case.” Learn more here.
Scott Jordan spoke in Boston on March 25 at the Harvard Business School Association’s event Crowdfunding Healthcare: Secrets from Industry Insiders (co-hosted with HBS Healthcare Alumni Association).
Two years has passed since the congress approved JOBS act, which would allow small businesses to raise capital from ordinary people. The long-anticipated September 23, 2013 repeal of the ban on public advertising of private securities offerings will help to usher in a new era of transparent, information-rich, and crowd-vetted capital markets. Now thousands of healthcare and life science emerging companies can take advantage of new mechanism to raise funds from accredited investors. For this event, Harvard Business School Association assembled some of the most active and respectable crowdfunding practitioners that specialize in healthcare and life science:
Moderator: Daniel Gorfine, Director, Financial Markets Policy, Milken Institute.
Panelists were Andrew Farquharson, MBA 1999, Managing Director, InCube Ventures; Scott Jordan, Founder, HealthiosXchange; Howard Leonhardt, Inventor & Entrepreneur; Greg Simon, Chief Executive Officer, Poliwogg; and Sean Schantzen, JD, Co-founder & COO, Healthfundr.
Attendees learned the secrets of the crowdfunding process, the latest industry news, and different practices for interested parties (e.g., entrepreneurs, investors, financial services). See Scott Jordan’s slide deck here.
Feb 27, hosted by San Diego Venture Group: Equity Crowdfunding, where you trade shares for cash, is finally here and the clutter in the market can make an entrepreneur crazy. What can you say, where can you say it, how do you reach all those accredited investors? Scott Jordan, founder of HealthiosXchange, will explore how life science companies can use equity crowdfunding.
Date and Time: February 27, 2014 | 7:00AM-9:00AM; Location: Del Mar Marriott, 11966 El Camino Real, San Diego, CA 92130. Visit the event website for more information.
On behalf of Healthios Capital Markets, I am delighted to announce the launching of HealthiosXchange, Healthcare’s Investment Marketplace.
HealthiosXchange is the premier online capital market dedicated exclusively to the global healthcare industry. Employing crowd finance as the cornerstone of a new paradigm in healthcare investing, HealthiosXchange offers direct access, from “seed” to “exit,” to the most promising healthcare companies in the world.
HealthiosXchange seeks to transform the healthcare capital markets in three ways:
1. No Fee, No Carry investments
2. Exclusive deal selection through HX Scoring
3. Direct access to the most promising emerging growth companies worldwide
HealthiosXchange currently lists more than (5,000) emerging growth healthcare companies and (1,700) strategic buyers in (46) market sectors. Membership includes more than (2,000) individuals, including accredited investors, family offices, private banks, foreign trusts, sovereign wealth, cross-over funds and alternative managers. HealthiosXchange comprises (4) discrete capital markets to serve the needs of investors, emerging growth companies and strategic buyers throughout the investment horizon.
The mission of HealthiosXchange is to Unify the Promise of Medicine with the Fortunes of Those Who Invest in It.