In this post about investor relations, we will discuss market support after going public or trading over the counter.
If you are a public company, you understand that liquidity and market support does not automatically come after an IPO or simply because you are a publicly-traded company. Many times, private companies are duped into thinkng that going public is the magic bullet to their financing problems. So, does going public automatically give you market support?
- No, people have to know about you to buy into your company and thus create a market for your stock.
- Yes, there are some financial institutions and firms that will finance you solely based on the fact that you are publicly traded, but you more than likely have to have liquidity, which mean you have to have market support.
See, the answer is not so simple. In this video, we explain further:
At Cervitude Intelligent Relations, we help microcap public companies and private businesses with all investor relations aspects; including gaining market support before and after an IPO, reverse merger or public company takeover. Check out our other blog posts in our Investor Relations 101 series including business plans for investor relations, pitch decks for investor relations, press releases for investor relations, corporate and investor relations websites and check out our YouTube vlogs on our Investor Relations 101 series “Investor Relations 101 : Individual Investor Meetings“, “Investor Relations 101 : In-housing Your IR Team“, “Investor Relations 101 : S.E.C. Form 8K“, “Investor Relations 101 : The Value of a Public Shell Company for Sale”
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