Returns on investment in some Internet companies have been in the hundreds of thousands percentage points.

For example, early investors in Amazon saw their investment grow over ONE MILLION PERCENT and a high-school drop-out made over FIVE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS by investing sixty thousand dollars worth of graffiti-painting services into Facebook.

But how can you identify great investment opportunities?

They don’t come along often. Too many things have to coincide. A huge market need. An easily scalable solution which perfectly addresses that need. Endorsements and validations which allow for fast acceptance of that solution. Absence of competition. A strong team which can achieve market domination.

TransparentBusiness meets all these criteria and can produce extraordinary returns on your investment; please see the video summary on the right.

In the United States, this investment opportunity is regulated by Rule 506(c) of the Regulation D, which permits “broad solicitation and general advertising” but limits the opportunity to accredited investors only (net worth over $1 million or income exceeding $200,000, see the detailed definition). Non-US investors may qualify under Regulation S. The minimum investment is $100,000. See our Investment Summary for detailed information and request the Private Placement Memorandum for the description of the terms and risks.


The Corporate World is quickly moving from the old work model, in which employees commuted daily to work in their cubicles nine-to-five, towards the new reality, in which hundreds of millions of workers already telecommute at least part of the week. Many projects are outsourced to low-cost offshore destinations.


...and yet businesses lack any visibility into their remote work process. In fact, managers cannot even be sure if their telecommuters are working or golfing.

This situation is so frustrating, that some of the largest tech corporations have given up on telecommuting altogether; most notably, IBM, Yahoo and Hewlett Packard. In absence of transparency, some contractors inflated their invoices by hundreds of millions of dollars on a single project, knowing that the client had no tools to verify accuracy - or inaccuracy - or time-based invoices.


TransparentBusiness has a unique solution which makes all computer-based work fully transparent, allowing for real-time coordination of geographically distributed workforce, boosting productivity 15-40% and eliminating overbilling.


TransparentBusiness uses the same Software-as-a-Service business model, which allowed to become a ninety billion dollar company on a much smaller market - B2B salespeople. TransparentBusiness has a market which is thirty times larger than's market, as any kind of computer-based work can be monitored and coordinated using its platform.


TransparentBusiness is so impactful, that Citigroup has designated it as “the Top People Management Solution” and Google, Microsoft, Cisco, SAP, Facebook and ADP - “the Mount Rushmore of Tech business” - have signed up partnership agreements with TransparentBusiness. Importantly, TransparentBusiness is available for purchase from ADP, the tech giant which handle payroll processing for most of Corporate America. This partnership allows TransparentBusiness to bypass the new vendor approval process, which can often take a year or longer.


While the founders have personally financed development and launch of TransparentBusiness, they currently seek to raise $25M to fuel a rapid expansion of TransparentBusiness and to convert our technological leadership into domination of the market of business transparency solutions.


While every investment involves a risk, if TransparentBusiness were to go public at the industry-standard of $20 per share, your Return on Investment would be 2,000%.

To achieve market domination, TransparentBusiness needs to increase awareness of the incredible benefits of transparency in workforce management, create an internationally recognizable brand name and lock in the most lucrative accounts before competition develops.

If TransparentBusiness reaches Salesforce’s valuation, your investment would increase in value by 90,000%

A huge return is a distinct possibility, given the unique combination of all factors required for a mega-success in a tech business:

  • A huge market need.
  • An easily scalable solution which perfectly addresses that need
  • Endorsements and validations which allow for fast acceptance of a solution.
  • Absence of competition.
  • A strong team which can achieve market domination.
TransparentBusiness is lead by professionals who’ve demonstrated their ability to decisively act on market opportunities. The company is co-founded by Silvina Moschini and Alex Konanykhin.

In 2003 Fortune magazine called Silvina  “Miss Internet”  and she has since remained one of the most prominent Internet entrepreneurs, with hundreds of appearances on CNN and other networks, articles in scores of publications around the work and keynote appearances at major events.

As for Alex, he has received acclaim in American media as  “the Russian Bill Gates” and “a business whiz kid”  for creating the largest commercial bank in Russia by the age of 25, prior to immigrating to the United States in 1992

The Board of the Directors of TransparentBusiness also includes:
Kenneth Arredondo

A former President and General Manager (APJ) of CA Technologies, one of the largest software corporations in the world. He is also one of the early investors in TransparentBusiness.

James Costos
A former U.S. Ambassador to Spain. Prior to his diplomatic career, Amb. Costos had been an executive at HBO and Tod's with responsibilities encompassing global positioning, external relations, marketing and communications.
Among other shareholders of TransparentBusiness:
Earl Ray Tomblin
A former Governor of West Virginia
Bill Fedyna
Managing Director, Stifel;
former Director at Merrill Lynch
Frederic Garcia
CEO, Airbus Group (Mexico)
Bob Babbage
Former Secretary of State, KY
Jorge Titinger
former CEO of SGI
Jerry Weller
Former U.S. Congressman
Van Scoyoc Associates
A leading Government Relations Firm
Richard Perkins
Former Speaker of the Assembly, Nevada
Mark N. Ourada
Former State Senator (MN)
Andrew Winn
Chief Investor Relations Officer
Marcos Jimenez Baez
CEO at Softtek (USA)

Silvina Moschini and “Who’s Who in EY”, including Steve Hove, EY’s US Chairman and Americas Managing Partner, Julie Teigland, EY’s Managing Partner for Germany, Switzerland and Austria and Susana Balbo, the Chairwoman of W20 (a G20 organization).

On June 25, 2018, EY announced that it’s becoming the Founding Sponsor of SheWorks subsidiary of TransparentBusiness, with the objective to bring more than 100,000 more women to the workplace by 2020.

Silvina Moschini, a co-founder and the President of TransparentBusiness, with Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. TransparentBusiness is a technology partner of Facebook.

Contact us, if you are an accredited investor interested in this Regulation D 506(c) equity raise.

TransparentBusiness has begun an active Government outreach program, with the objective of making TransparentBusiness a required platform for government contractors throughout the United States. Such a policy would save taxpayers tens of billions of dollars, with zero expense, as the cost of compliance is borne by the contractors. Such a policy would also mean an express ticket to Fortune 500 listing for TransparentBusiness. The investment opportunity discussed in this video summary will no longer be available once a requirement for “transparent verification of billable hours” is enacted nationwide or in any major state. Contact us, if you are an accredited investor interested in this Regulation D 506(c) equity raise.