social media policy ir team

How to Craft a Social Media Policy for Your IR Team

As social media becomes an increasingly important tool for IR professionals, establishing careful guidelines can help maximize its impact.

Continue reading “How to Craft a Social Media Policy for Your IR Team” »

street arrows

You Just Finished Your IPO Journey — Now What?

The hard work doesn’t stop after your company has gone public. A proactive IR strategy is a must in order to foster long-term analyst and investor relationships.

Continue reading “You Just Finished Your IPO Journey — Now What?” »

twitter bird

Proof that IR Has Entered the Social Media Age

If you think that social media doesn’t have a critical role to play in the world of Investor Relations, think again: Elon Musk’s Twitter activity is all the proof you need.

Continue reading “Proof that IR Has Entered the Social Media Age” »

computer paper pen

Why Aren’t More Investor Relations Professionals Blogging?

From legal reasons to misconceptions, many IROs avoid the blogosphere — but in doing so, they’re missing out on a unique opportunity for investor and analyst engagement.

Continue reading “Why Aren’t More Investor Relations Professionals Blogging?” »

The Shifting Tides of the Modern Market

In the past fifteen years, technology and mobile devices have caused a paradigm shift within markets across the globe. Stakeholders and retail investors have gained enormous power and transparency, but it’s come at the cost of decentralization. Continue reading “The Shifting Tides of the Modern Market” »

Investors and Analysts Want Visual Reporting

Part of what’s made Microsoft PowerPoint such a beloved presentation platform is the simple fact that people tend to engage more readily with visual media. But the times are changing — and new platforms and methods for reporting are emerging as we enter a new age of Investor Relations. Continue reading “Investors and Analysts Want Visual Reporting” »

A close up of a smart phone with social media apps

The Results Are in: Investors and Analysts Prefer Apps to Social Media

Mobile has already become a requisite best practice for IR professionals across the globe. But recent research indicates that investors and analysts overwhelmingly prefer apps to all other mobile communications platforms. Continue reading “The Results Are in: Investors and Analysts Prefer Apps to Social Media” »

A market researcher working on a laptop.

How Competitive is Your Intelligence?

Today, business professionals access information via a wide variety of digital and non-digital sources — but the ability to effectively filter, analyze, communicate, and act upon that information can be a challenge. Continue reading “How Competitive is Your Intelligence?” »

Three men talking business.

Tech Companies Need to Step Up Their IR Game

The tech industry is booming, but many tech companies are missing out on a better valuation by ignoring modern Investor Relations best practices. Continue reading “Tech Companies Need to Step Up Their IR Game” »

The major social media icons.

Social Media and IR

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.

Continue reading “Social Media and IR” »