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About Crowd WallStreet Wisconsin

Crowd WallStreet Wisconsin. (“CWSW”) is a Wisconsin-registered crowdfunding internet site operator that owns and operates www.CrowdWisconsin.com. Crowd Wisconsin is designed to assist unrepresented Wisconsin entrepreneurs in raising funds from their Wisconsin community in order to bring innovative products and services to the market. Crowd Wisconsin enhances the ability of entrepreneurs and investors to capitalize on the power of social capital and the internet to fund innovation by Wisconsin to Wisconsin.

Who Can Raise Capital?


Wisconsin Businesses Can Provide Their Customers The Opportunity To Be Part Owners.

Real Estate

This Is A Great Way For Wisconsin Residents To Have Equity In Their Community.



What Type Of Businesses Can Raise Capital?

Any type of business can raise capital on this Crowdfunding Site.

Who Can Raise Capital On Crowd WallStreet Wisconsin?

As of June 1, 2014, a new law created an exemption that permits Wisconsin businesses to raise money from Wisconsin investors. Under Section 551.202(26)(a), as revised in April 2018, the issuer of the security must be a business entity with a principal place of business in Wisconsin and that is doing business in Wisconsin.

Do I need to use a registered broker-dealer to claim the crowdfunding exemption?

No. The offer can be made exclusively through Crowd WallStreet Wisconsin, which is registered with the Division of Securities pursant to Wisconsin Statues.

How Much Can I Raised?

A business can raise up to $1 million dollars, or up to $2 million if the issuer has had an audit in its most recent fiscal year, and has provided the audit to prospective investors and the Department of Financial Institutions (DFI).

What If I Don't Raise My Minimum Funding Goal?

All investors must be offered the opportunity to cancel their commitments to invest, and may elect to either cancel or proceed. The communication with the offer to cancel may come from either the escrow agent or the Internet site operator.

Is there a limit on the number of investors I Can have?

There is no maximum number of investors. The limit excludes sales to any accredited investor, certified investor, or institutional investor.

What Should Be Included In The Disclosure Documents?

A copy of the disclosure statement to be provided to prospective investors in connection with the offering, containing all of the following: 1. A description of the company, - its type of entity, - the address and telephone number of its principal office, - its history, - its business plan, and the intended use of the offering proceeds, including any amounts to be paid, as compensation or otherwise, to any owner, executive officer, director, managing member, or other person occupying a similar status or performing similar functions on behalf of the issuer. 2. The identity of all persons owning more than 10 percent of the ownership interests of any class of securities of the company. 3. The identity of the executive officers, directors, managing members, and other persons occupying a similar status or performing similar functions in the name of and on behalf of the issuer, including their titles and their prior experience. 4. The terms and conditions of the securities being offered and of any outstanding securities of the company; - the minimum and maximum amount of securities being offered, - if any; either the percentage ownership of the company represented by the offered securities or the valuation of the company implied by the price of the offered securities; - the price per share, unit, or interest of the securities being offered; - any restrictions on transfer of the securities being offered; and - a disclosure of any anticipated future issuance of securities that might dilute the value of securities being offered. 5. The identity of any person who has been or will be retained by the issuer to assist the issuer in conducting the offering and sale of the securities, including any Internet site operator. - excluding persons acting solely as accountants or attorneys and employees whose primary job responsibilities involve the operating business of the issuer rather than assisting the issuer in raising capital. 6. A description of any litigation, legal proceedings, or pending regulatory action involving the company or its management. 7. The names and addresses, including the Uniform Resource Locator, of each Internet site that will be used by the issuer to offer or sell securities under this subsection. 8. Any additional information material to the offering, including, if appropriate, a discussion of significant factors that make the offering speculative or risky. This discussion shall be concise and organized logically and may not be limited to risks that could apply to any issuer or any offering.

Where Is The Investments held?

Your investment is placed in an escrow account hosted at North Capital. Funds are transferred to the business only after the fundraising target has been met.