V2V Keynote Steve Case Lauds Startup-Friendly SEC Ruling

Written by Hugh Forrest | July 15, 2013

Steve Case will keynote SXSW V2V on August 13Photo Courtesy Steve CaseOn Wednesday, July 10, the Securities and Exchange Commission voted to allow startups to advertise their securities offerings directly to the public. As one of the provisions of the JOBS Act, this move was lauded by the startup community.

According to a statement from Steve Case co-founder of America Online and chairman of investment firm Revolution, "By combining innovation in capital formation with safeguards to protect investors, a well-implemented JOBS Act can help unleash a new wave of entrepreneurial activity and job creation."

Hear more insights from Case on how the startup ecosystem can help rebuild the US economy at SXSW V2V in Las Vegas, where he will serve as the keynote speaker on Tuesday, August 13. Click here to register for SXSW V2V.