Brain Scientific, Creator of Next Gen Neurology Technologies, Announces Regulation A+ Offering
Widening Its Investor Network Will Allow Brain Scientific to Continue Its Work in Creating Advanced Technology Devices and Software for the Neurology Market
Brain Scientific, a neurology focused medical device and software company, announced it has launched a Regulation A+ equity crowdfunding campaign following the qualification of its Form 1-A offering circular by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The purpose of this offering is to allow both accredited and non-accredited potential investors the opportunity to help the Company further the penetration of its technologies within the neurology market.
Brain Scientific’s Regulation A+ will allow the Company to sell units at $9 each, with a minimum investment of $500. The units consist of five (5) shares of common stock and one warrant to purchase common stock. All investments can be processed by check, ACH payments, wire transfer or major credit cards.
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The news follows the recent launch of Brain Scientific’s NeuroCap, a disposable, pre-gelled hospital-grade EEG headset that can be applied easily and quickly by a member of a clinical staff. The Company believes its FDA-cleared disposable EEG technologies and secure cloud-based infrastructure for patient data addresses the need for comfort, speed, and reliability within brain diagnostics. Brain Scientific plans to continue to bring innovation to the brain diagnostics market with its product roadmap, which includes long-term monitoring capabilities and a database of brain biomarkers powered by artificial intelligence, which are currently in development.
The brain monitoring industry is composed of smaller markets that aim to understand, diagnose, treat, and cure mental conditions. Brain Scientific’s technology is fulfilling a growing need for improved brain monitoring across many neurological conditions including Alzheimer’s, depression, epilepsy, dementia, sleep disorders, and more. There are 50 million people worldwide who have epilepsy alone, and it’s been estimated 70% could live seizure-free if properly diagnosed and treated. More than 47.5 million people globally have dementia, with 7.7 million new cases every year. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia and may contribute to 60–70% of cases.
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“Our Regulation A+ offering will showcase our company to a much broader pool of potential investors, opening the door for additional growth opportunities to continue our work in providing needed solutions for optimal care and efficiency in neurology,” said Boris Goldstein, Chairman Brain Scientific. “With the wide-scale availability of NeuroCap, now is the time for Brain Scientific to attract new investors who support our mission to modernize the brain diagnostic market and bridge the gap in neurological care.”
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