A securities lawyer can do the necessary filings with the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission). The company has to provide audited financial statements and if everything has been approved, a market maker will file the form 15c2-11 with the NASD to obtain a trading symbol.
Even though there is no initial multi-million dollar financing attached to it, it opens up a whole new world of opportunities for financing options because the company is publicly traded.
We help new start-up companies with the entire process of finding initial investors and taking the company public in the stock market.
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