Marketing your IPO online gives you access to a whole new world of investors.
One of the world's hottest trends is the Internet. Now its usefulness in helping early-stage companies raise money is beginning to dawn on entrepreneurs and financiers. Though still in its formative stages, the Internet may well be one of the most promising tools entrepreneurs have at their disposal for raising the capital they need to grow their businesses.
Perhaps the first person to see the opportunities the Internet offers capital-hungry entrepreneurs was one Andrew Klein, a securities attorney-turned-brewer-turned-investment banker.
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