6 Considerations For Going Public Via Reverse Merger
Startup Professionals Musings
DECEMBER 8, 2019
Thus I’m getting more questions on new mechanisms, like crowd funding, or going public through the side door as a reverse merger. A reverse merger is the acquisition of an already public company (usually a dormant shell) to avoid the Initial Public Offering (IPO) process and cost, to quickly get your startup on a public exchange for fund raising through visibility and selling stock. Reverse mergers may not get your startup on the Nasdaq. Yet reverse mergers are not all bad.