POMM Inc. has begun raising capital for its planned initial public offerings (IPO) following new guidelines that were adopted by the U.S. SEC last Spring
When vehicle manufacturer Elio Motors (OTCQX: ELIO) began trading shares on the OTC market last week, the start-up became the first U.S. company to raise capital using new rules put in place under Title IV of the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act.
Now that the trend is set, other companies are poised to follow in the Phoenix, Arizona-based company’s footsteps. So far, three New York companies — WayBetter Inc., POMM Inc. and 360 Sports Inc. — have begun raising capital for their planned initial public offerings (IPO) following new guidelines that were adopted by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission last Spring.
When Will the POMM Be Available?
POMM is ready to go to market now and is currently raising $10 million by selling shares via a Title IV, Reg. A+ Equity Crowdfunding Campaign to begin mass production and achieve market penetration. Investors that purchase shares can also receive one of POMM biometric security cases. To learn more, please visit http://pommoffering.com.