Tag Archives: MicroCap Investor Relations

Nominees Announced For IR Magazine’s SmallCap Awards

Last week, the short lists for the IR Magazine SmallCap Awards were officially announced. The IR Magazine Forum & Awards – Small Cap US is scheduled for September 26th. The event will be held at the OTC Markets Headquarters in NYC. In addition to an awards ceremony specifically tailored to small cap companies, the event will also feature conversations focuses

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Three Social Media Tips For MicroCap IR Teams

In a recent post on the Q4 blog, Allyce Maclaren shared “Social media tips for IR from a marketing specialist.” The post Maclaren shared three social media tips that your microcap investor relations team can implement. 1. Define your policy, process and goals –  Develop disclosure rules, outline which social channels will be utilized for what purposes, and who will be responsible

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Should MicroCap Companies Give Guidance?

In the newest issue of MicroCap Review magazine, three of the most well-known names in microcap investor relations answered the question; “Should MicroCap Companies Give Guidance?”   Ted J. Haberfield – MZ North America: “Guidance can be presented in both quantitative and qualitative forms, but before an issuer provides guidance to the street it should ask several questions: a) Will

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Six Keys to an Effective MicroCap IR Section of Your Website

In a recent post on IRMagazine.com, Scott Payton of Bowen Craggs, explained “How to create an effective IR website section.” Payton shares six tips for an effective IR section of your companies website; 1. Easy access for mobile users 2. Well-signposted, comprehensive IR contact details 3. A deep, rich and logical results archive 4. Comprehensive background information and data on the

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The Bright Side of Mifid II for SmallCap US Investor Relations

A recent post on IRMagazine.com discussed how, as a result of Mifid II, “US small caps said to eye paid-for research.” “The impact of the regulation on our shores has been difficult to predict and remains somewhat uncertain,” Peter Sidoti, CEO at Sidoti & Company, tells IR Magazine. “For example, we are getting more inquiries about our company-sponsored research product

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Four IR Tips For MicroCap Cannabis Companies

Jeffrey Goldberger and Lewis Goldberg shared a recent post on IRMagazine.com titled “Not blowing smoke: Improving cannabis companies’ investor comms.” The authors write; “From a capital markets perspective, the [cannabis] industry raises many issues, including how to raise money and invest in cannabis, and for the C-suites and boards of cannabis-producing public companies, how to effectively communicate with key stakeholders.”

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Five Types of Investor Questions Your IR Team Should Be Able to Predict

Eugene Soltes, associate professor of business administration at Harvard Business School and co-author of new research, tells IR Magazine that “IR should be able to predict most investor-meeting questions.” Soltes’ examined more than 1,200 questions asked during private meetings at two publicly listed companies. Soltes consulted various sources, including several IR professionals and NIRI, to group the questions into the following

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Four “C”s of MicroCap Investor Relations

A new post, by Mark Collinson & Elaine Ketchmere of Compass Investor Relations, on OTC Markets’ blog looks at “The True Value of Best Practice Disclosure.” According to the post; “following the “4Cs” – clarity, compliance, consistency and credibility, will turn the company’s Investor Relations activity and its disclosure practices into an important force in favor of true value and a protection

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Five Rules to Establishing Credibility In Investor Relations

In a recent post on LinkedIn, Trevor Heisler discussed “Credibility’s role in investor relations.” Heisler says public company “Management is not only judged based on its performance, it’s judged based on how well it communicates that performance. This communication is a primary contributor to management’s credibility.” According to Heisler management should adhere to five simple rules to ensure that as many

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