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Taking your company public

Taking your company public

Benefits and challenges of an IPO

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Going public is the culmination of a longer-term strategic plan for the lifecycle of your company. Whether you're a successful entrepreneur looking for investors to take your company to the next level or a private equity investor looking at an exit strategy, it's important to spend time determining whether going public is the best option for your business.

There are substantial benefits to becoming a public company, however, the IPO process brings with it some disadvantages and challenges so a careful review of all your financing options should be performed before committing to go public.

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