Digital Business Development Ecosystem (DBDE) Videos 1-4

The DBDE evolved from the development of the Social Investing Community (SIC) model.  Its participants include issuers, investors and the businesses and professionals who support privately held startup and early stage companies.  Issuer members have access to multiple rounds of financing and liquidity for their shareholders. 

DBDE Video 1 of4  “Social Investing Communities (SIC) Industry Summary” - 2 minutes 30 seconds 


DBDE Video 2 of 4"Dodd Frank Creates Vacuum Filled by JOBS Act" - 13 minutes 44 seconds


Explains the impact that the 2010 passage of the Dodd Frank Act had in lowering valuations for small company financings and reducing share liquidity.   Also, provides details as to why the passage of the 2012 JOBs Act was a key piece of legislation to fill the vacuum caused by Dodd Frank.



DBDE Video 3 of 4 "Dotcom Crash Causes Significant Changes to Private Company Capital Markets" - 12 minutes 11 seconds 


Provides details about why there have been no big idea startup or venture stage companies that have launched IPOs since 2000.   Also explains emergence of private markets to provide liquidity to shareholders of private startups and early stage companies.



DBDE Video 4 of 4 "Social Investing Comunities Network (SICN) Reduces Risk for Startups" - 11 minutes 43 seconds 


Provides details about the vertically integrated and seamless investment-to-funding system. Explains the roles of the founding members of the Digital Business Development Ecosystem (DBDE).



DBDE (digital business development ecosystem) video summary for DBDE presentation (videos 1 through 4). 3 minutes 28 seconds”

Description:  This video is an outline, summary or overview for the DBDE presentation consisting of videos 1 through 4.