It can be difficult for a Board of Directors to gauge how, when, and where to communicate directly with their investors. Yet Director-to-Investor communication is important — and increasingly expected. How should Directors respond?
About Jamie Ayers
Jamie is an experienced content strategist, specializing in the Fintech and Investor Relations fields. He is a regular contributor to the ShareholderApp blog.
Entries by Jamie Ayers
The tech industry is booming, but many tech companies are missing out on a better valuation by ignoring modern Investor Relations best practices.
As the rapid proliferation of mobile technology reshapes business practices across the globe, expanding your investor relations program to include the mobile platform is non-negotiable.
With its ability to drastically improve communications with key company stakeholders, social media has become a vital tool in the modern world of Investor Relations.
IR professionals in the REIT sector face a unique set of challenges — mobile apps can help.
The world of finance is getting a 21st century makeover thanks to forward-thinking startups and their techno-centric approach.
In the age of viral gossip, split-second transactions, and high frequency trading, a simple miscommunication can quickly spiral out of control and become an all-out disaster.
Mobile apps are the best way to keep all of your company’s stakeholders informed, invested, and, perhaps most importantly, satisfied that you are making an effort to ensure the market is fully informed and that your business is fairly valued.
As mobile adoption rates continue to soar, IR professionals must adapt their stakeholder outreach strategies accordingly.
When it comes to the all-important task of communicating with investors, providing easy access to information is essential. New technology can help companies build a more connected relationship with all stakeholders.