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EquityNet Reviewed in PC Magazine

Below is a review by PC Magazine, a leading computer software and hardware publication.

EquityNet Review
By Esther Schindler, PC Magazine

November 30, 2017

The primary focus of EquityNet is right there in the name: a network for getting and providing equity. This is an investor site that also has a business planning tools as part of its overall feature set. The service begins at $199 per month, and certainly helps you create your business plan, but only as part of the process for getting your venture funding rather than being all about ongoing planning or writing the official document. Think of EquityNet as crowdfunding, with a good documentation process since the company boasts qualified investors willing to help businesses raise anywhere from $10,000 to $10 million.

You can use just the business plan features, of course—that's where I put my attention—but, if you're also looking for an infusion of cash and aren't sure where to turn, EquityNet deserves more of your attention.

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