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Some companies aim to become a publicly traded firm at some point in their future. Under Reg A+, an issuer may immediately trade its shares on a marketplace following the funding round – if they choose to do so. By listing shares on an exchange or marketplace, a company provides an exit path for shareholders beyond an acquisition.
At what point are you ready to trade your shares publicly? Is there a risk of becoming a public firm too soon?
Hear from a company that raised money online and now has its shares listed on an exchange.