"We believe that crowd funding has grown beyond the established parameters. It's not just for artists and geeks anymore. We've seen a lot of niche sites pop up and know that this is as a result of a need not being fulfilled by the bigger names in the business.
Our philosophy leans heavily on diversification and inclusion and I think that opening the platform up to Non-profits, charities and causes while at the same time affording the same dedication to the arts and entrepreneurs will level the playing field even more and create more opportunities for project owners and funders alike." says CEO, Julius Muller.
Muller also contends that equity crowd funding is in their future - a move that expands the scope and size of their business even more.
"In the not-too-distant future we will also be crowd funding equity for start ups. This integration and ultimate function however, right now depends on factors that are beyond our control.
The SEC, in light of the Jobs Act of 2012 were supposed to set rules for equity crowd funding at the beginning of 2013. The latest news indicates that the SEC will miss its January 1, 2013 deadline and we're more likely to see this develop and get finalized in the second quarter of that year."
In addition to launching the online company, JulsList is also offering prospective project owners the chance to win $25 000 in their Project Contest. Details on how to enter can be found on the site at Julslist.com
Julius Muller, CEO
Alex St. Alan, PRO