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What is an Initial Public Offering “IPO”?

An initial public offering, or IPO, is the very first sale of stock issued by a company to the public. Prior to an IPO the company is considered private, with a relatively small number of shareholders made up primarily of early investors (such as the founders, their families and friends) and professional investors (such as venture capitalists or angel investors). The public, on the other hand, consists of everybody else – any individual or institutional investor who wasn’t involved in the early days of the company and who is interested in buying shares of the company. Until a company’s stock is offered for sale to the public, the public is unable to invest in it. You can potentially approach the owners of a private company about investing, but they’re not obligated to sell you anything. Public companies, on the other hand, have sold at least a portion of their shares to the public to be traded on a stock exchange. This is why an IPO is also referred to as “going public.”

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Why Choose Tycon Partners?

Tycon Partners are experienced IPO experts providing a turn-key process and Project Management for the whole process. By providing access to core competent IPO professionals, Tycon Partners paves a clear pathway to listing on Nasdaq or the NYSE.

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Tycon Partners can help you reach your growth objectives with an IPO.

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Raise growth capital and trade on a premier exchange with an IPO.

Why choose an IPO?

The Advantages of an IPO

Advantages of an IPO

Advantages of an IPO

Accredited investors only

Institutional Investors

Family Office Investors

Founders may be able to sell shares

Founders do not give up board seats

Higher Public Company Valuation

Less Dilution

Public Stock to use as capital

Public Stock to do Acquisitions

Public Stock Options for Management & Employees

Timeframe 6 – 12 Months

Can Raise Additional Funds with Public Secondary Offerings

Disadvantages of VC. Private Equity, or Private Placement

Disadvantages of VC. Private Equity, or Private Placement

Founders may lose control

Accredited investors only

Founders cannot sell shares

Founders may give up board seats

Lower private company valuation

More dilution

No public stock to use as capital

No public stock to do acquisitions

No public stock options

Longer timeframe for minimum investment

Requires several rounds of funding

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The IPO Process

Tycon Partners consults, oversees, and assists the IPO process with expert resources and specialists.
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Implementation of an Initial Public Offering.

 

Stage 1 – Preparation

 

Tycon Partners will assist with valuation analysis, cap table, corporate structuring, and coordination of all core competent professionals.

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Stage 2 – Documentation Preparation

 

Tycon Partners will assist with preparing the SEC filings and make introductions to Underwriters for the IPO.

Stage 3 – Marketing Strategy For Your IPO

Tycon Partners will assist with presentations, video, Roadshow materials and strategies, for the IPO.

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Stage 4 – Pre-IPO Roadshows

 

Tycon Partners will assist the Underwriter with the pre-IPO Roadshows.

Stage 5 – Start of Trading & Bell Ringing

Tycon Partners will assist with the start of trading and Bell Ringing Ceremony.

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Stage 6 – Public Market Support

 

After listing on an exchange, Tycon Partners will assist your company with public market support that includes ongoing SEC reporting, a PR / IR Plan to increase shareholder value by keeping your company in view of investors and Wall Street Analysts.

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