Our team manages the process by which private companies complete a direct listing to become publicly traded in the United States. Growth-minded entrepreneurs can capitalize on the many advantages of a public listing, including the use of stock to complete acquisitions and the use of stock options to attract, retain and reward key employees and consultants.
While we prefer representing companies that are already profitable, any company can go public, regardless of their revenue, income, assets, length of time in business or country of origin. Our partners have been involved in direct listing transactions, direct public offerings, underwritten initial public offerings and reverse merger transactions which provided businesses with more than $200 million in investment capital.
Going public is one of the most important business decisions you will ever make. In addition to frequently asked questions about going public, we are happy to answer all of your specific questions and participate in any stakeholder calls to ensure that key people have all the information necessary to make an educated decision. Connect with us to discuss the advantages, disadvantages, costs and timing to take your company public.