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Just a random question - when you hear your company is 'preparing for floatation' in the next 18 months - 3 years (from the news of course, no announcement made to staff of course!), what would you expect to happen? further losses, business as usual, ?

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Just a random question - when you hear your company is 'preparing for floatation' in the next 18 months - 3 years (from the news of course, no announcement made to staff of course!), what would you expect to happen? further losses, business as usual, ?

Business as usual pretty much as far as operations go. Things will be tweaked for window dressing purposes to make the company look as valuable as possible at the time of flotation. It also depends on how management have been incentivised between now and then. Expect armies of accountants to come in and go over the numbers at some point. There will usually be a duel process whereby they are not only looking at raising money throught he stock market, they may find cheaper money elswhere such as private equity or debt.

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