KCSA PUBLIC RELATIONS, INVESTOR RELATIONS BLOG

At KCSA, we encourage all of our professionals to take a position and contribute to the KCSA Blog. KCSA is committed to fostering professional development, thoughtfulness and a collaborative environment.

OTC MARKETS: Which exchange is best for you?

Posted by on May 17th, 2016

I was recently speaking with a company looking to list on a U.S. exchange and was asked the question, “Which exchange should we list on?” The company certainly did not meet the specific requirements to list on the NASDAQ or the NYSE/NYSE MKT so I suggested they list on one of the OTC exchanges. “Ok, […]

read more

Making Blogs Great Again

Posted by on May 16th, 2016

Everyone has a different reason or reasons to start and maintain a blog. Similarly, nearly everyone who doesn’t have a blog shares the same reasons for not having one – lack of time and/or a consistent set of ideas to discuss. Simply put, these people (possibly you) don’t understand blogs or their readership. The best […]

read more

The Do’s and Don’ts of Pitching News Under Embargo

Posted by on May 9th, 2016

Every now and then, PR professionals get the opportunity to pitch a really big piece of news to media on behalf of clients. This can be exciting, time-consuming and nerve-wracking all at once since this particular kind of news is often the result of months, or sometimes even years, of hard work on the client […]

read more

Unleashing Your Genius

Posted by on May 3rd, 2016

We all can unleash a genius that will sparkle if we let ourselves go.  If we don’t fall into the trap of playing by any set of rules then we can create something so unique that no one else possibly could have produced.  The key to this is by believing in oneself.    If you truly […]

read more

Who is in control of a public company’s destiny these days?

Posted by on April 29th, 2016

Most people would say the management and board of directors are in control of a company’s destiny; however, the SEC intentionally tipped the scales towards investors a few years ago by introducing proxy rule 14a-8.  For better or worse, the Rule 14a-8 has empowered shareholders by making it easier to force changes through proposals in […]

read more