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How To Take Your Company Public


FEQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Question: How long does it take for me to become a public company?

Answer: You can be a public company in as little as two weeks!

Question: How do I go about raising money from the public?

Answer: We assist you through our index of more than 30,000 members of the investment bankers and stock broker community.

Question: How much do you charge to help us raise money for our project?

Answer: We do not charge for that service, once we have taken your company Public, however, brokerage houses may charge their usual fee to sell shares in your company or your debt securities

Question: What amount of money to be raised is required to become a public company?

Answer: There is no minimum or maximum each project stands on its own merit, however as a talking point the money you need should be over $1,000,000.00

Question: Can a start up company with no assets go public?

Answer: Yes, as a matter of fact, that is what most new companies do today to fund a project.

Question: What is an IPO?

Answer: An IPO is the Initial public offering of a company, where its stock is offered to the public and is conducted in order to attract a capital.

Question: What is a DPO?

Answer: A DPO is the Direct Public Offering. A DPO is usually done by a small company or start up company that offers their stock to the public without conducting very specific events. They may go directly to Investment banks and broker/dealers

Question: How much money can I raise by becoming a Public Company?

Answer: There is not a numeral limit. However your Business Plan should address all necessary expenses.