Jamie A. Bernard, IRC, is a Senior Associate at Sharon Merrill. he counsels clients on a broad range of investor relations issues, including corporate positioning, financial disclosure, investor day planning, analyst and investor targeting, competitive intelligence, ESG communication strategies and online communications. Jamie represents clients in a variety of industries including energy, environmental services, industrial, life sciences, oil and gas, consulting and technology. She is currently on the board of directors of the Boston Chapter of the National Investor Relations Institute. She received her Investor Relations Charter (IRC®) in 2016 and received the Higgins Scholarship award in 2016 and in 2019 from the Boston Chapter of the National Investor Relations Institute. This award recognizes select individuals that best demonstrate their desire to continue his or her study of investor relations. In June 2019 Jamie was awarded as part of NIRI’s inaugural class of the “40 Under 40” recognition program, which honors “the most talented young individuals in the investor relations community.”
Investor days are one of the largest and most influential investor events a company can organize. They also are arguably the most overwhelming, triggering challenges in logistics and human resources for public companies large and small.
But don’t let organizational challenges prevent you from hosting a successful investor day that will have both your company and your investors happy.
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Hosting an investor day can be a powerful way to raise management visibility and credibility, highlight the depth of your management team, and clarify your company’s value proposition and growth strategy. But planning a successful investor day is no small task. Here are five tips to help you along the way.
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