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Part I: Ready, Set, IPO… Experts Provide Insights Into How Companies Should Prepare for a Successful IPO
Part II: The IPO and Beyond…Experts Provide Insights About Preparing For Life as a Public Company

IPOs are once again in the news. While normally the summertime is a time when the financial community takes a breather, this summer promises to be different and will see a number of companies make their debuts. Some will succeed while others will languish. What separates the winners from the losers? A number of factors, actually; chief among them is preparation. Undertaking an IPO can be a long and arduous journey filled with pitfalls and the emergence of unexpected issues. On August 7, leading experts will provide insights on ways of making that journey a little easier while positioning a company for a successful IPO in a webinar entitled, “Ready, Set, IPO.” On August 14, the discussion will shift to a discussion about preparing for life as a public company.

These events are being co-hosted by CommPRO partners Onstream Media, a webcasting and service provider for SEC-regulated companies. Panelists include:

These events will be archived and available online, on-demand immediately following each webinar.

CommPRO contributor and seasoned investor relations professional, Gene Marbach, will moderate the panel discussions.

Topics will include:

  • Is your company ready for the glare of the spotlight?
  • What are the alternatives to an IPO?
  • Assembling a Board of Directors
  • Choosing an investment banker and building the IPO team
  • Selecting the right exchange for your company
  • How does the media – both traditional and social – factor into the equation?
  • Acting like a public company in advance of the IPO
  • Preparing the S-1 filing
  • Producing a winning road show presentation
  • How to avoid the pitfalls
  • The road show presentation
  • Bulletproofing management through rigorous presentation training
  • Capitalizing on the IPO event
  • Preparing for life as a public company
    • Disclosure training
    • Develop protocols for handling investor and media inquiries, among others
    • Policy development (e.g., sales by insiders, black out periods, etc.)
  • Insuring deep after-market support through an investor targeting program
  • Production of materials
  • Preparing for the first quarterly conference call
  • Use of internal and external investor relations resources
  • Working with the media – both traditional and digital


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