Publicly Fit: Building Public Company Essential Infrastructure

Is your company publicly fit? What does that even mean to be publicly fit? Our definition reaches well beyond those companies contemplating a public offering. Publicly fit relates to private companies that voluntarily enhance their business operations and compliance standards to increase overall enterprise value.

Benefits include:

  • Facilitating financial transactions
  • Securing key partnerships or joint venture opportunities
  • Increasing current value
  • Securing top board members
  • Hiring top talent
  • Protection from accusations of wrongdoing

Using the Weaver approach to building a publicly fit company, we begin with the end in mind, and we adapt our approach to fit your company’s specific needs and timeline. Is your company ready for the next level – to become publicly fit? Learn more about Weaver’s publicly fit approach and the team ready to help, in this publicly fit services overview.

Phil Ilgenstein

Phil Ilgenstein

Partner, Assurance Services and Public Company Practice Leader

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Phil Ilgenstein, CPA, has more than 15 years of experience providing audit and assurance services for a wide variety…

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