Eight Countries Submit Business Ideas to Startup Stock Exchange in First Week

Executive summaries for around the global are submitted daily to the Startup Stock Exchange
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July 4, 2012 - PRLog -- In the first week of operations, the Startup Stock Exchange website received executive summaries from startups and small businesses from across the globe.  Companies from eight different countries and three continents fulfilled the first step in the application process for receiving funding via the Startup Stock Exchange.

Business ideas were received from Costa Rica, Venezuela, Antigua and Barbuda in the Latin America and Caribbean region and from Israel and India.  The Exchange also received a number of executive summaries from across the United States and Canada.  In total, eight different countries have submitted business ideas in the first week that the StartupStockExchange.net was available.

Each submitted executive summary is reviewed and feedback provided by the Startup Stock Exchange Advisor Board, which consists of startup experts with experience in different regions and different business sectors.  If approved, the company then moves forward to the next stage and submit, a detailed business plan.

“Given the global focus of the Startup Stock Exchange, our team of advisors plays an important role in teaching and supporting the startups and small businesses that apply to StartupStockExchange.net for their funding needs.  It is imperative that we have a dedicated advisory board to service the cross section of companies and countries on SSX,” said Ian Haet, President and Co-Founder of the Startup Stock Exchange.

The Exchange is currently seeking advisors to join the Advisor Board, specifically those located in Asia, Africa, Brazil and India.  More information about the Advisor program is available at http://www.startupstockexchange.net

The mission of SSX is to unite startups and small business with global investors.  Any entrepreneur from around the globe can submit their business idea to the Startup Stock Exchange.  To submit an idea visit: http://www.StartupStockExchange.net

Currently the Exchange is finalizing the government licensing and regulatory approvals necessary for trading.  The current SSX system allows companies to register and receive business advice in preparation for trading.  StartupStockExchange.net also allows investors to register and start receiving notification and information about the individual startups and small businesses which are in process.

For further information please visit: http://www.StartupStockExchange.net
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