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Tips for Creating Your 2013 Strategic Investor Relations Plan

Posted on January 16th, 2013. Posted by

Tips for Creating Your 2013 Strategic Investor Relations Plan

How do you balance your investor relations (IR) activities with the other demands on your time as a management team? How can you best align your investor relations efforts with your overall corporate strategy and messaging? Here are several tips to help ensure that the strategic investor relations plan you create at the beginning of the year will deliver the desired results:

  1. Define your goals. In order to be successful you must identify the outcomes you want to achieve.  Decide if you are trying to increase your visibility, broaden your shareholder base and/or increase sell-side coverage.  Be specific with your goals and create metrics that you can use to evaluate your effectiveness.
  2. Allocate your time. As a senior executive of a life sciences, medical technology or healthcare services company, you have many demands on your time. Ask yourself, “How much time can I afford to devote to investor relations?” While being visible is important, you don’t want to be overexposed. Your shareholders, the Street and your employees want to know that you spend more time managing your business than worrying about your stock price. Continue Reading

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