New York, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2012
The GPSRM group; news distributors of reverse merger and public shell information are excited to announce its new twitter page which can be visited below:
For the past recent years Twitter has prominently become one of the most successful social networking sites on the word wide web. The rise of twitters popularity can be accredited to it's free micro-blogging service that allows Twitter users to post short and concise messages to fellow followers and subscribers. In addition, many prominent celebrities and public figures have taken full use of Twitters popularity to help garner their own publicity.
Many businesses have also taken advantage of Twitters extensive user base to further elevate their notoriety among the general public. As of April 2012, Twitter boasts a whopping user base of well over 500 million users. This new form of communication gives businesses an opportunity to reach out to potential clients on a more personal level, all while simultaneously gaining increased public attention.
The GPSRM are distributors of information pertaining to Public Shells, Reverse Mergers, and Going Public information. It also specializes in providing consultation services to any business that seeks to go public, or wishes to know more about the process. Any company of any size can go public within the USA, including private and small time startup entities.
Taking a company public may provide greater opportunities to help raise capital needed for a companies ongoing business ventures. Additional benefits of going public possibly include but it cannot be promised.
- Higher Valuation
Sometimes an overall higher valuation allows a companies stock price to be valued higher than it's private counterpart. This is not a certainty.
- Stock Option availability
Stock options can prove to be a useful tool for any public company that wishes to keep or recruit key employees.
- Possible investor exit strategy.
Public companies that achieve significant trading volume over time could possibly allow investors to sell or trade their stock when they no longer wish to participate.
"Through Twitter we hope to reach out to potential companies that are interested in taking their companies public. We also hope to provide useful information to anyone that is interested in learning how the going public process works." says company GPSRM group spokesman Michael Tillman.