In the competitive small cap and OTC markets companies that fail to reach potential investors frequently fall by the wayside. Often times these companies simply lack the resources to effectively disseminate their news and attract new capital. For small cap and OTC companies, staying in the public eye and effectively broadcasting their news is essential in establishing an investor following.
Recognizing that small cap and OTC companies need to maintain investor awareness, SmallCapVoice has created a platform in which these companies can utilize the technology of Webcasting to reach shareholders and new investors as well as create a sustained presence within the investment community.
By scheduling an internet interview through SmallCapVoice companies are offered the opportunity to make important announcements, keep shareholders informed as to quarterly earnings, annual meetings, new product announcements, shareholder meetings, investment conferences and other topics of shareholder interest.
Each internet interview is readily available for listeners on SmallCapVoice and includes a written company overview, a logo advertisement, as well as offers charts highlighting recent trade activity, 52-week highs and lows, volume, exchange and more.
When small cap and OTC companies broadcast their news through a SmallCapVoice Webcast they have the advantage of shortening the time it takes to inform investors about important developments in the market; lowering the cost of distributing vital information; and increasing investor participation through interactive options.
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SmallCapVoice is dedicated to ensuring its client companies gain valuable exposure in the small cap and OTC markets. Through internet interviews, conference calls, emails, investor newsletters, inclusion in the investment newsletter “The Small Cap Daily” and, placement on financial web sites SmallCapVoice creates a consistent presence in the public eye for their clients.
Stuart T. Smith