Investor Education Before an IPO: A Step-by-Step Guide


If your company is on the path to going public, investor education meetings should be a critical part of your investor relations strategy. These meetings should happen during the marketing and awareness-building phase of the potential future IPO, which should ideally begin around two years prior to the time a company plans to go public, but before the execution phase of an IPO. Ultimately, investor education meetings give institutions time to get to know your management team, to do their homework and diligence, and to make a more informed buying decision at the appropriate time.

Learn how to make the most of these meetings by downloading our step-by-step guide.


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