October 1, 2013
Last week, Twitter triggered a firestorm of questions among media, financial and industry analysts when they announced their potential IPO. Would this IPO soar like LinkedIn or fail like Groupon? Would trading issue arise? Is Twitter even ready to go public? Has Twitter solved the monetization issue? Who are Twitter’s demographics? What markets are growing, and which ones are leveling off? Let’s face it, when it comes to social platforms and IPOs, everyone has an opinion. But who is right? Who is wrong? Where can you turn to find out, from the industry experts, the likelihood of success or failure? Right here: http://bit.ly/15100mN
Earlier this week, Stockr, the emerging social platform for investors and public companies kicked off an interactive, engaging expert level discussion on “The Future of Twitter as a Public Company.” This panel, sponsored by Business Wire, and moderated by former Wall Street Journal reporter and editor Jessica Lessin feature the following industry experts:
- M. Scott Havens, President of The Atlantic
- Michael Pachter, Managing Director at Wedbush Securities
- Craig Coblenz, Former Director of Sales at Facebook
- Lou Kerner, Founder of the Second Internet Fund
- Jon Dick, Director of Business Development at Klout
- Simon Khalaf, CEO of Flurry
Stockr Panels are virtual forums where industry experts and investment professionals discuss the companies and topics that investors want to know more about. Stockr members can engage panelists by posting their questions and sharing their own views.
Investors considering owning Twitter stock need to understand the company’s growth path and prospects as a public company. This panel of experts provides investors and interested parties educated opinions on participating in Twitter’s IPO.
Learn more about Twitter, and the future of investor discussion platforms at http://bit.ly/15100mN
Click here to learn more about the Stockr and Business Wire partnership press release.