Traditional IPO

The traditional way to go public

The company will typically work with an investment bank to underwrite the offering, which means that the investment bank will help the company set a price for its shares and sell them to investors. Become a publicly traded company in the U.S. financial market.

Going public for the first time

Taking your company to the next level

Relation management plays vital role for the IPO

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Build a company that is worth investing in:

Databoss assists companies in preparing the required documentation, meeting regulatory standards, and structuring the offering. They work closely with legal, financial, and marketing teams to ensure a smooth and compliant IPO process. 

Raise substantial capital from public investors, enhancing financial stability, and brand recognition. Attracting potential customers, partners, and employees.

Raise capital through Regulations

The traditional IPO process typically involves the following steps:

  1. The company files a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
  2. The company engages an investment bank to underwrite the offering.
  3. The investment bank conducts due diligence on the company and establishes a price range for the shares.
  4. The company conducts a roadshow to meet with potential investors.
  5. The company sets a final price for the shares and begins trading on a stock exchange.
Raise capital through Regulations
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Relation management plays vital role for the IPO

“Working with Databoss was a game-changer for our company’s IPO. Their deep understanding of the market. Thanks to their guidance, we confidently navigated the complexities and achieved a highly successful public offering.”

Edward Kennedy
Director, Xeriant Inc.

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Answer: Preparing for an IPO involves several essential steps. These include evaluating capital-raising options early on, conducting an IPO readiness assessment, assembling a skilled team of external advisors, establishing financial infrastructure and corporate governance, and aligning with market expectations. It is a transformative process that requires early preparation spanning 12-24 months.
Answer: A pre-IPO readiness assessment helps identify gaps between market expectations and the organization’s current state. It ensures the company is market-ready in terms of systems, controls, accounting standards, and governance. Initiating this assessment as early as possible is recommended, as addressing the identified issues may take a year or more.
Answer: Going public has a profound impact on management and board dynamics. It requires increased transparency, accountability, and adherence to regulations. Boards must adapt decision-making processes, manage risk, and align objectives with investor expectations. Building a strong board with the right mix of expertise becomes critical to demonstrate commitment to effective governance.
Answer: Investors heavily consider financial factors such as debt-to-equity ratios, revenues, return on equity (ROE), profitability, and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA). Non-financial factors, like corporate strategy, brand strength, and corporate governance, also play a significant role in the decision-making process. Emphasizing profitability and presenting a compelling equity story backed by a strong track record of growth are vital to attract investor interest.