July 2, 2020
Back to Basics: A Beginner’s Guide to Equity Crowdfunding for Your Startup

What is it? Equity crowdfunding is akin to virtually knocking on doors in your community and raising money from each person, to ultimately invest in your startup or development stage company. In return for their investment, these people receive a slice of ownership (ie. equity) in your company. Who’s doing it? Startups. Development stage companies….

June 12, 2020
Accelerator or Merchant Cash Advance: What’s The Next ‘Add-On’ Target for DigitalAMN’s PAI Ecosystem?

DigitalAMN is an acquisition and business developer of startups, development stage companies and established businesses; building an ecosystem that promotes economic growth, social empowerment and financial literacy, within the business and investment communities.  We strongly believe in doing well, while also doing good. Therefore, we didn’t have to wait for Covid-19 to claim that we…

June 10, 2020
Money Talks, Wealth Whispers: Why Building Generational Wealth Matters

Families pass down more than just genes, recipes and lame jokes. Financial habits are inherited and shape us just like our DNA; a generation of spenders will likely produce the same. So why is generational wealth such a big deal? What is it Simply, accumulated financial assets passed down within a family is the basic…

October 30, 2019
Crowdfunding: The Coal that Powers the Engine of Economic Prosperity

Backbone of the economy In the US, small businesses account for 99.7% of all employers and from 2000 to 2017, they were responsible for the creation of more than 65% of new jobs.  It’s clear that entrepreneurs who start small businesses can be powerful forces in boosting economic growth and creating jobs. In fact, the…

November 27, 2018
Two Investor Lessons from America’s Deep Lottery History

Lotteries: The invisible hand that built colonial America Lotteries and the lottery systems are actually more American than most people realize. In the 1700-1800s, lotteries were instrumental for government operations to facilitate the settlement of North America. In fact, Jamestown, America’s first British colony, relied on capital from rich investors, the 17th century equivalent of…