Sharon Merrill, Inc.
WHAT WE DO
Critical Communications
Investor Relations

Investor Relations   One hundred quarters and counting. More than 25 years in business, equating to thousands of quarterly earnings releases and conference call scripts and more than 75,000 hours (including more than a few weekends) counseling our clients. Sharon Merrill has the knowledge and experience to help you navigate the most challenging financial and strategic issues. From the proper timing of disclosure to the right messaging for your market-sensitive news, our firm is an invaluable resource.

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
The Podium

Read more IR: How May I Serve You

Read more Activists and Boards Share Common Ground

Read more IRO-zilla and the Earnings Call

Read more How to Build a Compelling Investment Thesis

Read more Giving Life to your Presentation

Read more It’s Time to Face Social Media for IR

Read more Age of Diminished Sell-side research

Read more Winning the Gunfight

Read more Getting Ready for the IPO

Read more Think Like a Politician

Read more A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Read more To Split or Not to Split

Read more Perfect 10 or Face Plant

Read more Grab the Tiger by the Tail

Read more Board Shareholder Communications

Read more Small Cap Challenge

Read more IR Field Poised for Growth

RELATED CASE STUDIES
Meetings and Introductions
Cultivating sell-side analysts and institutional investors

Analyst meetings in key U.S. money centers, combined with a well-attended Investor Day and business media interviews, generated awareness on Wall Street for a newly public software company. ››

Investor Outreach
Correcting investor misperceptions

Meetings with analysts, coupled with clear IR messaging, erase negative impressions about an industrial company that were lingering from the past. ››

Communicating Shortfalls
Blunting the impact of missed earnings

A software company preemptively announces an earnings shortfall with a conference call followed by a cross-country road show. ››

Investor Day
Hosting an analyst day

Wall Street casts a skeptical eye on a technology company’s entry into a new market with a recently introduced product. ››

Perception Audit
Use survey research to refresh corporate messaging

A small maker of medical devices had failed to generate investor interest in its first year as a public company. ››

IPO Program
Starting life as a public company

Investor outreach and media coverage create visibility for a technology company following its IPO. ››