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KPMG sponsors new webseries on investing and IPOs

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Big Four firm KPMG has been named a key sponsor of “Become public,“a new web series from Entrepreneur.com, which will begin on October 19, 2021.

“Going Public” follows entrepreneurs on their professional journey to register their business on the Nasdaq. KPMG is the only accounting industry sponsor of the series.

“We contacted ‘Going Public’ and expressed our interest in being a sponsor of the series because we thought it was a groundbreaking show, covering a topic very important to the founders – the fundraising trip. capital, “Salvatore Melilli, a partner at KPMG, said Accounting today. “We felt the series was in line with our goal of helping business leaders navigate the bidding process in today’s challenging business environment.”

In a segment titled “IPO Preparation,” KPMG Professionals will chat with “Going Public” host Lauren Simmons on “The Essentials Businesses Need to Determine IPO Preparation” in stock exchange “.

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“KPMG professionals address a number of important considerations when preparing for the offering process,” added Melilli. “This includes performing a thorough review of the business, deciding on a management structure, managing financial and tax planning reports, developing an infrastructure with robust and resilient internal controls, building internal and external key teams and the development of a schedule and framework for project management. . “

The series will also feature a number of business leaders, including Jeff Hoffman of Priceline.com, Jaime Schmidt, founder of Schmidt’s Naturals, and Josh Snow, founder of Snow Oral Cosmetics.

“Getting a company public can raise its profile and provide much needed capital resources,” said Melilli. “With our participation, KPMG hopes the series will help business leaders better understand the bidding process and support them as they take their business to the next level.”

To learn more about “Going Public”, visit the series website here.

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