Going Public? It pays to plan wisely By Stuart M. Sieger


A public offering moves your company from the normal conduct of a profitable and growing business into new and unknown realms. At times a public offering will overshadow your business by diverting management resources and focusing on potential liabilities the business had never before incurred or considered. At the same time, a public offering can be a source of substantial capital with apparently little or no strings attached, and can give you currency of your own (your stock) that you can print and spend.

Most business managers and owners have some idea of the public offering process, but are not expert in how to go public. The principal source of assistance for management will come from expert Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) counsel.

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