Self-nomination opens for IR Magazine Awards & Conference – Small Cap 2017

Nominate yourself or another small cap to win at IR Magazine’s new event

The IR Magazine Awards & Conference – Small Cap, a new event launched for the first time this year, will see three small-cap companies take home awards on Wednesday, September 13.

Like many of IR Magazine’s new awards, these are self-nomination categories:

• Best IR by a small-cap company (under $500 mn)
• Best IR by a small-cap company ($500 mn-$1 bn)
• Best IR by a senior management team

Click here to fill out our simple online form to nominate yourself or another company. The deadline for nominations is Monday, August 21 and winners – decided by a panel of investment professionals and IR Magazine editorial staff – will be revealed on the day.

The event itself, in association with OTC Markets, is being held at Fordham University – Gabelli School of Business and will be the first best practice event in New York exclusively for CEOs, CFOs, IROs and advisers from small-cap companies. 

Spanning multiple industries, the one-day conference will focus on key issues affecting small-cap companies including crisis planning, IR 101, Q&As with the investment community, how to get coverage, effectively using social media and global best practices. Click here for more information on the IR Magazine Awards & Conference – Small Cap 2017 or to book your seat.


You must be registered to comment.

Please Sign In or Register.

The pros and cons of four financing options

Capital is the lifeblood of every business. Without it, companies don’t have the money they need to hire new employees, purchase equipment, develop new products and services and expand their operations.

In this report, OTC Markets examines the pros and cons of common debt and equity financing methods used by smaller companies:

  • Regulation D Offering
  • Follow-On Offering
  • Convertible Note Offering
  • Regulation A+ Offering

Download the report now!

This paper is part of a series dedicated to addressing small-cap investor relations issues. You can revisit the first two reports in the series here:

OTC Markets Group operates the OTCQX Best Market, the OTCQB Venture Market and the Pink Open Market for 10,000 US and global securities. We enable investors to easily trade through the broker of their choice and empower companies to improve the quality of information available for investors. With more than 6,000 small and micro-cap companies trading on our markets, we are uniquely positioned to understand their needs and the issues they face, and help them effectively navigate the public markets.

We use cookies to make our website function properly and deliver our services. By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies, please click here to learn how to manage and delete cookies.