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IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - Are you ready to take your company public? Is your company growing and in need of capital to finance its growth? You have worked hard to make your company a respected leader by consumers, competitors and business analysts. Companies can fund growth through either bank loans or issuing stock.

The steps to take your company public, are listed below. You are now ready for public capital. To list your company on a stock exchange, you must follow the regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission and be approved after an initial public offering, IPO. 1 - Hire an business attorney who specializes in IPOs. 2 - File a registration statement with the SEC, notifying the agency of your intent to go public. 3 - Write a preliminary prospectus that details the company history 4 - Hire investment banker or brokerage company to sell your stocks and set the IPO price. 5 - Market the IPO with potential investors Another benefit of listing on a stock exchange for growth capital, is the ability to share revenue with employees by stock or stock options. A publicly traded company can give employees part of their pay in stock options, the best incentive for employee creativity and loyalty.
By Sandy Roberts  

Starting a Business in New York

For 10 years, Business Services has helped companies and people from all over the world form New York Corporations and New York Limited Liability Companies. When you call, email, text, message or live chat with our office, expect personal attention.  Small business is the heart of IncSmart. 

We are very excited about helping you form your new company.  Each state is so different when it comes to filing documents, you will know right away you are in the right place. 


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Date 5/19/2016

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