By Nicholas P. Manganaro, Esq., Vice President
Our Blog: The Podium
By David Calusdian of Sharon Merrill, and David Fine of Fine Communications
Two investor day experts combine experience to deliver best practices on leveraging digital platforms to deliver a compelling virtual investor day.
The investor day is one of the most effective platforms for presenting your company’s strategy, outlining your long-term targets and showcasing the depth and strength of your management team. With the world moving to virtual formats for the foreseeable future, IROs are faced with a new task – mastering virtual investor day planning. This pivot presents new challenges as well as exciting new opportunities to engage and communicate critical messages with the investment community.
The following are top tips for IROs to master to execute a successful virtual investor day:
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Investor Days can be one of the most effective and cost-efficient activities in your IR program – but only if you’re prepared. Anyone who has worked “behind the scenes” of an investor day knows that it can be a logistical headache. You not only need to anticipate all the possible hiccups of hosting a live event, but handle the more substantive issues associated with telling your company’s story to a roomful of investors and analysts.
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.