Peoples Equity Group Named As Presenter at 2022 MoneyShow

With the announcement that representatives of the Peoples Equity Group will speak at the annual MoneyShow in May 2022, the conference adds to its list of presenters a direct-to-consumer, Technology and E-Commerce brand aggregator. Peoples Equity Group, known for managing assets for passive investors, scaling the brands up, and then exiting them in rollups to private equity companies for possibly much higher multiples or valuations, will be the technology investing headline and “alternate investing” keyword sponsor on May 9, 2022.

The MoneyShow is one of America’s largest accredited investor conferences and was founded over forty years ago. The conference focuses on helping investors to better understand the intricacies of managing their assets through in-depth education and advice. The theme of this year’s event, which runs from May 9-11, 2022 at Bally’s/Paris in Las Vegas, will be wealth-building strategies for any market environment.

“We are excited about the opportunity to present at the MoneyShow and to meet with some of the best financial experts in America,” Chief Operations Officer Dakota Smith of the company states. “It will be inspiring to be among so many people who are passionate about learning strategies for potentially diversifying their assets. It will definitely be a can’t-miss event.”

The presentation will focus on market disruption, technology investing, and the strategies that Peoples Equity Group utilizes for accredited and institutional investors who become co-investors in the brands the company acquires.

“We are ready to give attendees information that is relevant to markets and that is actionable,” says Smith. A panel of private equity advisors and fund managers will also be co-presenting at the conference to discuss their past investment projects with the group, and why ecommerce is so fascinating to the private equity space. A market that generated over $11.4 Billion worth of investments into ecommerce aggregators in the last 12 months. 

 “We hope that our presentation will be both motivating and practical for everyone,” says Smith.

In other news, Peoples Equity Group states that it is working with a prominent middle market advisory firm, who are spearheading a $100 Million raise for the group, and have facilitated debt and equity raises for other fintech and aggregation projects in the past few years. “They have assisted in us putting together a group of $100 Million worth of investors, which will help us expand our e-commerce acquisitions as well as some supply chain and e-commerce manufacturing acquisitions we are looking to make,” Smith says.“We are now in the process of finishing our due diligence on deals for private placements into some brands. We look forward to announcing more about these developments in the near future.”

Peoples Equity Group has 25 years of experience in the e-commerce mergers and acquisitions space. The company has built a successful track record with large private equity groups that buy multiple e-commerce brands at a time and who then aggregate the data. Peoples Equity Group focuses on middle-market ecommerce businesses valued between $5M-20 Million while allowing the Founder to stay on to help scale the company.

For more information about Peoples Equity Group, please see its website or contact:

Peoples Equity Group

PHONE (786) 926-8945



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