NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK -- (Marketwired) -- 08/29/13 -- Invictus Global Capital will hold its Ignite Growth IPO Bootcamp at India House, the private social and business club in Downtown Manhattan on Thursday, October 10, 2013. This event is designed to update, educate and equip CEOs and CFOs of innovative, high growth private companies to make critical decisions about accessing today's public capital markets.
This one-day event will be led by Philip Brooks (President & Managing Partner, Invictus Global Capital) and his team of Strategic Alliance partners including representation from NASDAQ, Vcheck Global, VStock Transfer, Vintage Filings, KCSA Strategic Communications and many more top-seated mid-market professionals. Attendees will become informed about how the new U.S. JOBS Act (April 5, 2012) provides greater access to capital with fewer restraints and the most important capitalization factors and considerations facing today's high growth innovators. There will be four panel sessions which will examine: Deciding; Preparing; Executing; and Sustaining a public company transition.
Shelly Kraft, Founder & CEO of Stock News Now says, "It's a keen issue when foreign companies want to go public on the NASDAQ; where do they go? Who can they trust? Who can advise them properly? Invictus is out there, globally, and can take any company to the NASDAQ, it doesn't have to be in North America". As the event's media partner, Mr. Kraft will be onsite offering one-on-one television and video interview training.
Join us for the Ignite Growth IPO Bootcamp at India House, in Downtown Manhattan on Thursday, October 10, 2013. Members of the public are invited to attend, but numbers are limited. Advanced, online registration is required. Early bird pricing is available until September 6, 2013.
Visit http://goo.gl/O4ufQA to register. For more information, visit http://goo.gl/t8sn7D or contact Carly Ekstein at 1.800.259.0156 ext.151 / email@example.com.
Invictus Global Capital
Senior Event Coordinator
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