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Public company advantages

Author: Philip Quigley, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Business Growth, Business risk
Tags: public company, shares, stock exchange
Making your business a public company has advantages. Philip Quigley discusses public market shares in this TV show.

Public company market shares

If you’re listed you’ve got a liquid currency in your shares. So you can use shares to acquire, not just cash. It means people you’re buying, then get a liquid currency, the shares, they can keep them or sell them. They might be locked in, depending, other rules. But generally you can use your shares to acquire people, that’s a really strong point of being on AIM, having public market shares. _______________________________________________ If you found this video about public company advantages interesting, why not watch more TV shows on Inside Finance TV
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