Going Public: Learn How Any Company Can Go Public

Many people think that you need to be a large company to go public or do an IPO (Initial Public Offering). The fact of the matter is any business can become a public company, since, there are not any revenue nor are there any asset requirements. IPO Consulting Services, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, is looking for quality companies that would like to go public and become publicly traded. They can list companies on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSC), the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) or the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation System (NASDAQ); they assist smaller companies that wish to go public by facilitating their listing via the Over The Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) or the Pink Sheets. Public companies offer many benefits not available to private companies, such as: liquidity, prestige, and the ability to use the company’s stock as currency for mergers and acquisitions.

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Famous Reverse Mergers

Many people don’t realize how many famous companies went public via a reverse merger. The venerable institution the New York Stock Exchange went public in 2006 by doing a reverse merger. Some of the most high profile reverse mergers involve well known businessmen such as Warren Buffett, Ted Turner, Tony Robbins as well as Muriel Siebert, the first woman to purchase a seat on the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange). There are also many brand name corporations who have utilized a reverse merger including Burger King, Jamba Juice, Blockbuster Video, Tandy Corporation (Radio Shack), Texas Instruments and Waste Management.

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Blank Check Company Compared To Trading Public Shells

There are 2 kinds of public shells. There is a big difference between them. One can help speed up the process to become a public. These are called virgin or blank check companies. A Securities and Exchange Commission reporting blank check company is a public shell. They have no operating history and are formed to become SEC reporting public companies to find and merge with a private company. Many investment banks and consultants use this type of public shell company to merge a client into since some funding sources require a company to be public before they can invest.

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