“Audacia Strategies gave us the critical elements for a successful communications strategy for our investors, clients and customers. Their insight was invaluable.”
“I relied extensively on Katy’s deep industry knowledge and capital market insights. And was extraordinarily fortunate to have her as part of the Exelis finance team.”
In my opinion, Katy is one of the best investor relations executives I’ve worked with over my 15 years within the defense and government services industries.
“Audacia Strategies was invaluable in helping us talk to the marketplace. They know how to talk to investors, clients and customers.”
I highly recommend Katy to any company, public or private, that need assistance with communication planning and/or execution.
“Katy was deeply involved with helping to develop the company’s external guidance and has finance skills that match her exceptional communications skills.”
As an executive, Katy takes ownership of her Investor Relations responsibilities and conducts herself with high credibility and impeccable integrity.
When Integral Systems was acquired by Kratos, Katy guided the internal and external communication planning and delivery for that transaction and handled the stressful demands and rapid pace of activity at Integral Systems with great poise and professionalism.
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- Audacia’s IPO Roadmap to a Successful Initial Public Offering (Part Two): How to Build an IR ProgramMarch 21, 2018 - 2:32 pm
A successful initial public offering requires syncing up several moving parts. If doing a product launch feels like playing “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” an IPO feels like playing “Beethoven’s 9th.” Of course, to play a symphony, you need an orchestra. For your successful IPO, that means building an IR program. If you missed Part One, […]