Post-IPO Services

In the last decade, the technology sector has become the largest segment of the global market, eclipsing all other sectors, including the financial and the industrial ones.


Now, more than ever, technology is associated with innovation and invention and it is now integrated into all other existing sectors, be it health, financial, real estate, or manufacturing. Incredible increases in productivity due to the integration of technology into these sectors has led to unprecedented growth in the global economy.  Combined with this record global economic growth several publicly-traded technology companies have grown in size to become the world's largest companies by stock market capitalization.


As a result, there has been an increasing demand for the purchase of stock in private and publicly-traded technology companies by individual and institutional investors.  The ability to capitalize on this investor demand for a technology company's stock is a management opportunity. 


But, this opportunity mainly depends upon management's ability to communicate the impact of its decisions on a technology company's Competitive Advantage Gap (GAP) over its competitors and its Competitive Advantage Period (CAP) or its ability to produce sustainable earnings growth in the face of increased competition. As every segment of the technology sector has its own dynamics the biggest challenge for the management of a company in any sector is managing individual and institutional investor expectations relative to a company's GAP and CAP in its sector and how this is priced into the value of its share price.


However, as challenging as creating demand for a technology company's stock can be, when done properly by management one of the main benefits of translating a company's GAP and CAP into the sustainable growth in the price of its stock is that this financial success can provide a lower cost of capital for funding the design, development and sales of its products or services throughout the Technology Adoption Life Cycle (TALC) in order for it to become the dominant player or "gorilla" in its target market segment.





At Keating International we believe that the management of emerging nano and micro-cap publicly-traded stocks must actively create investor demand, not just passively react to indications of investor interest, in order to ensure that a company has the proper financial resources to fund, at a lower cost of capital, the design, development and sales of its products and services throughout the TALC.


To actively create demand for your company's stock Keating International can assist you in the development and execution of a comprehensive stock demand creation program to drive the sustainable growth in the price of your company's stock.  We've developed a proprietary methodology and process focused specifically on nano and micro-cap publicly-traded technology company stock based upon over 30 years of experience in advising, investing in and managing technology companies in the USA and Europe.


This experience includes being directly involved in the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of two publicly-traded companies - one as a staff member of a company that was listed and traded on the NASDAQ in 1996 and the other as CEO of a company that was listed and traded on the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE) in 2004.


The cost of KI's Post-IPO service for your company is based upon the combination of initial fee along with a monthly subscription fee  and quarterly success fees driven by reaching specified goals and objectives for the stock demand creation program.