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Leaving a Trail for Investors to Find You Part 6 - Preparing For Investor Meetings

Investor meetings are an integral part of your investor relations program and take time, effort, and resources. Preparation and follow-up are imperative to ensure you maximize the ROI from investor meetings. We've outlined several best practices to conduct both virtual and in-person investor meetings using perspectives from institutional investors and family offices.

Click here to watch an interview we recorded with Brian Madden, Senior Vice President & Portfolio Manager at Goodreid Investment Counsel on what his team expects from their meetings with issuers.

Preparing For Investor Meetings

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