Investor meetings tend to look a little different today — on screens instead of face-to-face — but they still require a high level of preparation. We share a comprehensive planning guide for investor meetings, as well as a checklist of six common questions you will likely receive from investors. Plus, we take a closer look at perception audits … all in this month’s Westwicke Wisdom.
Adequately preparing for investor meetings can be a long process — but it’s well worth the effort. Effective investor meetings can help you connect with potential investors and analysts, and ultimately open the door for your company to grow and succeed.
There are a few things that every investor must understand about a company before arriving at a final investment decision. To help you prepare for investor meetings, make sure to anticipate these six common questions.
Failing to understand how others see your business can be costly, especially for companies reliant on capital markets. Learn what’s typically asked in a perception audit and what those questions can reveal.
The J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference is one of the most important annual events for healthcare companies. What impact could a year without an in-person JPM mean going forward? Four biotech finance executives share their thoughts.