Let’s face it, pre-registration hasn't got a great reputation. Despite the insights it can give the PR and corporate prior to the event and the convenience it provides for participants when it comes to joining a call, there is a consensus that pre-registration is a lengthy process, the idea of having to provide your information days or even hours before the call is considered laborious and for this reason it is rarely in the interest of PR agencies to ask their participants to do it. But,...
Good investor relations and communications professionals know that any business can be disrupted by a number of economic and environmental factors including new market entrants, and despite a reasonable value proposition these disruptions can see stock prices languishing at low level. So how do you combat this?
Many of our customers schedule periodic conference calls with the investment community where a carefully selected panel or presentation team delivers the current performance of a business. Unfortunately, we know that things don't always work out as planned. That's why we've put together some helpful tips and tricks that will help you to get the most out of your next earnings call.
Despite what is advertised, most call providers fail to offer an event call service designed with Financial PR & Investor Relations in mind. There is a neglect for the subtleties of this type of industry, with Financial PR and IR professionals often becoming restricted and frustrated by unreliable, over complicated and expensively inflexible solutions.
For PR companies with expertise in financial communications and investor relations, the event conference call is a well-used form of communication. Bringing together investors, analysts, financial advisors and media personnel in one seamlessly executed meeting, these important calls should offer a secure and reliable way to communicate important information and develop investor engagement. However, spiralling costs and reliability issues are impacting the effectiveness of these calls.