Investor Relations

An investor relations program should begin long before a company decides to go public. Industry analysts should be courted and treated as prospects to whom a company must market itself. A company that is organized to handle its investor relations effort can save hundreds of thousands of dollars annually, and Isen and Company has the experience to set things up right, from the start.

Setting up the fundamentals:

  • Developing pre-IPO positioning
  • Road show presentations, planning & positioning strategies

Public company support:

  • Managing investor lists & news distribution
  • Earnings release development
  • Managing and scripting conference calls
  • SEC document development
  • Annual reports
  • Shareholder meetings