EarlyShares, a leading equity funding platform that connects smart investors with unique opportunities, today announced the launch of an equity offering for ThoroBid, a social handicapping tool and online community for Thoroughbred racing fans.
ThoroBid is seeking up to
Due to current
ThoroBid uses crowdsourcing and proprietary analytics to help its members make better wagering decisions in the world of horse racing. The site leverages a powerful, cloud-based e-commerce and data analytics infrastructure to provide a graphically pleasing, navigationally intuitive site for handicappers, fans, and horsemen to share their ideas, hopes, and enthusiasm for the sport.
On a product level, ThoroBid is a crowdsourcing handicapping tool that analyzes the behavior of highly predictive handicappers. On a corporate level, ThoroBid is a next generation online aggregation platform serving the 15 million racing fans and industry professionals in the US.
"ThoroBid is in an ideal position to capture a multimillion dollar market opportunity," said
"We look forward to raising the funds necessary to expand our product, grow our membership, and provide an even better service to our users and customers," Lage continued.
"At EarlyShares, we believe that entrepreneurs and small business owners drive disruptive innovation," said
EarlyShares, founded in 2011, is a funding platform that hosts general solicitation investment offerings and rewards-based crowdfunding campaigns. To register and gain access to all equity investment offerings and crowdfunding campaigns on EarlyShares, click here.
EarlyShares, based in
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