The industry grapevine would have us believe that listed companies are switching off investor relations programmes, preserving cash for the next bull run.
‘We’re in the worst market in a decade’ is a common refrain.
While Edison can confirm that fiscal prudence remains a key concern for all savvy clients, our experience is that effective investor relations programmes continue to find support in boardrooms globally.
In fact, in the last three months Edison has won 13 new commissions from existing clients and has signed on 11 new listed businesses.
Here are some of our recent engagements:
A global speciality minerals company with more than 13,500 employees.
Edison services: IR and digital marketing
A Nasdaq-listed battery platform business developing safe and efficient decentralised energy systems.
Edison services: Research and IR consultancy
Nasdaq-listed AGBA is a one-stop financial supermarket, operating out of Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area (GBA).
Edison services: Research, digital marketing and IR
According to Edison CEO Fraser Thorne, ‘There is never a right or wrong time for communicating with investors. While it may take longer for results to come to fruition in less favourable markets, it is arguably even more important to keep investors informed of the buy case for the stock.
‘At Edison, we ensure brilliant knowledge gets into the minds, and hearts, of the right market participants. We connect companies with the investors who need to know their prospects. And we like to think we do that more effectively than anyone else.’
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