Block Forms, Inc. Announces Launch of Private Placement Offering Through MicroVentures
Los Angeles, CA March 22, 2022 – The Preccelerator® Program, an accelerator for early-stage startups, is excited to share that portfolio company BlockForms has launched a private placement offering in accordance with Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg.CF) through Microventures. BlockForms has focused on building out its software and raised early investment through the Preccelerator® Program to prepare for a wider product launch and a more aggressive outbound sales motion. Initial progress has resulted in BlockForms earning its first customers in 2021 and 2022 from GIS Benefits and Icarus Investment Group, respectively.
Designed for Insurance Brokers, BlockForms streamlines the process of managing multiple insurance provider applications for clients, and in doing so, substantially increases client engagement and employee performance. Clients can conveniently complete and edit forms, map responses to multiple insurance provider forms, obtain electronic signatures, and send fully executed forms to insurance providers in one secure application. With BlockForms, clients can easily collect data and apply for coverage amongst multiple insurance providers.
“Collaborating with Microventures is an excellent step for BlockForms,” said Len Lanzi, Managing Director of the Preccelerator® Program. “We are beyond confident in BlockForms and its unmatched ability in providing streamlined data collection and forms management to insurance brokers. I am looking forward to seeing the success that will result from BlockForms reaching a greater number of investors.”
More information on this offering can be found at: Microventures – BlockForms.
About the Preccelerator® Program:
The Preccelerator® Program is a novel platform offered to select start-up companies out of the Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP Santa Monica office that provides interim office space, sophisticated legal services, education, networking, mentorship and $500,000 in usable perks from Google Cloud for Startups, Amazon Web Services, and HubSpot, among others, with the objective of helping grow a founder’s idea from business concept to funded startup. The program also retains more than 100 active strategic mentors providing free office hours and discounted services, and provides over 75-plus educational workshops and networking events each year. The Program expanded in 2017 to accept a greater number of companies in more formalized classes, depending upon where the companies are in their evolutionary growth, and expanded benefits, including cash investment, to accepted companies. To apply to the Preccelerator® Program, visit www.preccelerator.com.
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