Investor Connect –  David Blankman of Title3Funds.com

Investor Connect – David Blankman of Title3Funds.com

October 29, 2019 by investor

In this episode, Hall welcomes David Blankman of Title3Funds.com. Title 3Funds provides investment opportunities in curated startups and growing businesses. They work with leading incubators to find the next big idea for their subscribed investors to hit home run after home run.

David is an experienced serial entrepreneur, bootstrapping five startups in diverse industries. He founded Blankman Asset Management a SEC Registered Investment Adviser managing client investment portfolios. As VP of an institutional client group, he raised over $300 million in funding for private placement securities issuers. He helped launch and co-manage a successful alternative investment mutual fund. David helped lead a successful Title III Equity Crowdfunding campaign in 2018. He refers to this important new capital formation as “Little Wall Street comes to Main Street”. Driven to guide startups and help them grow into thriving businesses. Working to help investors actively invest into online Equity Crowdfunding private placement securities.

You can find Title 3 Funds at title3funds.com

David can be reached on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/davidblankman


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