Corporate law, cost of equity, and pressure from the board of directors — crucial IPO nuances to consider

Let’s imagine, you are successful (sounds crazy, I know). You founded a company, raised some money, started growing more and more. Now with that success, you are probably thinking about the holy grail of all businesses — initial public offering, going public on a stock exchange. But as it is said “with great power comes great responsibility”, and being a public company creates new problems and challenges. In this article, you will find certain non-obvious pros and cons of being a public company outside of simply “cashing out” that will help you in making a more informed decision or at least will entertain and educate if you do not belong to an elite caste of pre-IPO founders…

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