Spiritcube company management team is preparing a offering for a $2,000,000.00 capital raise. Preparations have been completed to secure the documents needed to complete the process of filing and the company expects to have the Reg D offering in early April, Over $1.3 trillion dollars was raised through the Regulation D exemption in 2013 and over 37,000 Regulation D offerings have been executed since 2009. Regulation D provides the capability to raise capital in compliance with State and Federal regulations and provides the fundamentals necessary to accomplish soliciting and accepting investment from investors. On Sepetember 23rd 2013, the new 506(c) program was passed and it provides the capability for general advertising of the offering to accredited investors. New Rule 506(c) will permit issuers to use general solicitation to engage a larger group of potential investors without engaging in a registered public offering.
Spirit Cube Inc., an Austin-based startup specializing in life tribute websites, plans to roll out the upgraded version of its redeveloped site http://www.spiritcube.com. The company has been working with Clarity-Ventures (http://www.clarity-ventures.com), a custom development design partner contracted to build out the interface and add in new features and upgrades. The Phase Three design reflects the best possible user experience based on BETA testing through user feedback data in earlier versions of the site. The third phase version of the company website is on schedule to be made available to select users in late 2013 for testing and then launched in early 2014. The company plans to attend the upcoming 2014 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas and use it as a platform to proactively promote the site. The company recently announced the preparation of a Private Placement set for release in early 2014 that will be simultaneously launched with…Keep Reading
The company has recently merged its Florida Corporation into a Nevada Corporation with and is maintaining its daily operations in Austin Texas. As a result of the merger the private share holders receive a three to one forward split of shares in the new corporation.