The IPO Road Show Program
Is your company ready to go public, or are plans for an IPO on the horizon? Becoming a publicly traded entity is a benchmark of success, but only if investors buy your stock. Get ready to pitch the past track record and future potential of your company to investors.
Get Ready To Hit The Road
Every company that offers stock to the public must go on a road show. Are you prepared to travel the country presenting to potential investors? Today, video versions of your presentation must be shared online—one more reason to be sure your pitch is perfect. A compelling road show is a critical component of a successful IPO road show. Persuade your investors to buy your shares with help from Jerry Weissman and Power Presentations, Ltd.
Our IPO Road Show Program focuses on four areas:
- Tell a succinct story
- Create memorable slides
- Deliver with poise and confidence
- Handle tough questions
Having coached over 600 road shows, Jerry Weissman’s experience can make your IPO road show soar!
Three Dynamic, Flexible Options
Our IPO Road Show Program is customizable to fit your requirements and your time frame. It is available in a three-day Standard option, two-day Accelerated options, or one-day Custom options that will get your C-suite team ready to launch.
Our most complete IPO program covers story development, slide design, delivery skills, how to integrate story, slides, and delivery, and culminates with how to handle the toughest VC questions. For maximum benefit, we highly recommend taking the three days over non-consecutive days and starting your IPO preparation as early as possible.
The two-day Accelerated IPO program is a condensed version of our three-day IPO program for companies with a short time line. The consecutive two-day course covers all the essential elements: story development, slide design, delivery skills, and how to handle tough questions.
The one-day Custom IPO program is available in three focus areas: story development and slide design, delivery skills, and how to handle tough questions.