Start-Up and Early Stage Companies – Even Pre-Revenue – Can Go Public

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Many small business owners are under the impression
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that small companies cannot go public. That’s not true!
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Some even think that if they are start-up and they haven’t generated
any revenues
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they can’t be a public company. That’s not true either.
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Many small businesses in the start-up or early-stage
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go public.  They have used going public
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to help them raise money. How as a small businessman
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could you use a Go Public Direct transaction to raise money?
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You would go to people you know and
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say,  “I’m taking my company public.
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Would you like to get in on a pre-IPO?  Buy your shares
of stock
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that we will then go take the SEC
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and make free-trading so
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you won’t be stuck with the stock.  There will be a trading market
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and we will be a real SEC reporting company

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with the trading symbol.” if you’re a small businessman
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and you already know where the money’s going to come from
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or you want to use your stock for acquisitions
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or to attract executives or to increase your prestige
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which could increase your business as well,
do you need a public shell?
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No, you do not.  Not using a public shell
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will save you hundreds of thousands of dollars.  It’s a
better process to take your
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company public and
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save you hundreds of thousands of dollars and a lot of heartache!
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