New York, NY (PRWEB) August 10, 2012
“Despite the mixed results of the recent Facebook Initial Public Offering, taking a private company public is still a viable option for companies that want to go public and that prefer not to use public shells said Public Shell Information Website spokesperson.
In that spirit the GPSRM (Go Public Shells Reverse Mergers) Group has provided their Top Ten Benefits of Going Public list. This list is some of the benefits some public companies may receive. This Going Public Top Ten may not apply to many companies that go public. This list is some of the possibilities that may occur for a company that goes public. To learn more about going public you can read more here
1.) Going public increases company value
The mere process of going public raises a company’s worth.
2.) Going public affords higher access to capital
It is easier to raise capital as a public company due to the confidence it instills in
investors. Unlike bank loans the capital raised from going public does not need
to be repaid.
3.) Stocks can be used in lieu of cash to make acquisitions.
A public company can use their stock as currency to perform various transactions including acquisitions.
4.) Stocks are a tool for recruitment and retention of executives and other
employees Stock options can be offered as bonuses and compensation and give
executives a monetary incentive to succeed.
5.) Additional stock offerings can be made
if first stock offering is successful a company can raise additional funds with a second offering.
6.) Stocks offer increased liquidity and a clear exit strategy for investors
Many investors prefer public companies due to the greater liquidity and ease of divesting.
7.) Going public affords greater credibility and prestige in the business community
Becoming a public company builds confidence due to the fact they are successful enough to make the leap.
8.) Going public creates heightened public exposure and brand awareness
The process of going pubic affords a degree of free publicity to that company and their products or services.
9.) A company can go public and not use public shells
10.) Trading on “Over the Counter” markets affords smaller and start up companies the ability to go public, unlike the NASDAQ Stock Market, the New York Stock Exchange or the American Stock Exchange there are no qualitative standards for Over the Counter markets.
“Companies who can clearly demonstrate their future growth potential are good candidates for going public,” stated Tillman. “In fact there are many options beyond the IPO such as Direct Public Offering, Private Placements and Regulation D. The GPSRM Group has experience in all these realms and state that going public is indeed among the best, time honored paths for select companies to gain prestige.
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