Alternatives for IPO (Initial Public Offerings)
One way for a company to go public is an IPO (Initial Public Offerings). In an initial public offering a company is doing two things simultaneously. One it is raising capital the other is going through the procedure of going public. We help companies with the second part which is becoming a public company and having its own stock symbol and public stock.
IPO and Going Public
The benefits of a reverse merger are that the private company does not have to pay the large underwriting fees associated with an IPO, nor does it take nearly as long. The main drawback is that this method does not bring any money into the firm, and so a firm must continue fundraising activities following the reverse merger.