Jewish-American, Ukrainian born entrepreneur Michael Golomb has published his first article as a Forbes Business Council contributor.

Recognized globally as an innovator in the world of business and fintech, Golomb is the founder/CEO of FanVestor.com, a fan engagement and investment platform.

Golomb’s article titled “Rise Of A New Disruptor: How NFTs Are Revolutionizing The Art And Entertainment Worlds” was published on Forbes.com on September 7, 2021.

Link to article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbusinesscouncil/2021/09/07/rise-of-a-new-disruptor-how-nfts-are-revolutionizing-the-art-and-entertainment-worlds/?sh=40ff15161a90

Born in Ukraine, Michael Golomb came to America as a teenager with the dreams of success that many immigrants have when they arrive in America. Before founding FanVestor, he had four exits, managed two IPOs, and was a leader at several publicly traded companies (NASDAQ: LSE, AIM).

Golomb’s background as an entrepreneurial executive boasts 25 years of senior management experience across a broad spectrum of industries. His expertise has been successfully applied across verticals ranging from startups to large public corporations, including telecom, blockchain, digital health and medical devices, consumer electronics and hardware, manufacturing, software/SaaS, and real estate. In addition to his knowledge-based experience across multiple categories in raising equity though a variety of public and private equity/debt instruments, Golomb brings exceptional know-how of global capital markets, compliance and fintech to FanVestor.

Golomb is a graduate of Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, earning Master’s of Science in Management, with an emphasis on Organization Behavior and Entrepreneurship. He also received an MBA in Finance at Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business and a B.A. from Occidental College, with a double major in diplomacy/world affairs and economics. Once a professional chess player, he currently resides with his family in California.

About FanVestor – FanVestor.com offers an all-in-one securities crowdfunding (through FanVestor CF), commerce, auctions (Q3 to Q4 2021), and charity sweepstakes platform designed specifically to support the multitude ventures of celebrities. Founded by Michael Golomb, an innovator in the world of business and fintech, FanVestor’s robust technology platform will allow athletes, media and music celebrities, fashion icons, and artists to leverage their influence by offering their fans an opportunity to participate in their latest projects or charitable initiatives.  The company’s leadership team and Board of Directors includes former News Corp. executive Marty Pompadur, former President of Korea Telecom, Yung Kim, and Marvin Liao, former head of 500 StartUps Accelerator, along with several other successful executives. For more information on FanVestor’s Reg A+ offering, visit http://invest.fanvestor.com/

Securities offered through FanVestor LLC funding portal, Member FINRA, 2055 Lombard St. #470217 San Francisco, CA 94147. Securities offered pursuant to SEC Regulation CF. Reg D and Reg A+ securities offerings are conducted through the Dalmore Group LLC, Member FINRA, SPIC. This material does not constitute an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy any security. All investments involve risk including the potential for loss of principal invested and illiquidity. Investors are responsible for preforming their own due diligence and ensuring investments meet their level of risk tolerance, investment objectives and level investment of knowledge.

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