The Start Up IPO That Can’t Fail
Did the Facebook IPO flop put a dent on your startup’s plan to go public?
Don’t fret – perhaps all you need is the appropriate offering.
First thing first, though: you need to file Form S-1 to register your
company’s filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Luckily,
John FLowers of McSweeney has got you covered:
LETTER FROM THE FOUNDERS
Forget Facebook. Forget Groupon. Forget everything you know about
Silicon Valley. Because Ponzify isn’t like other tech companies.
We don’t promise results. We show them to you, on a piece of paper,
that has your name and a monetary figure that increases every month.
Our business model is simple: Attract users, advertisers, positive
press and a corporate buyer; then, pull the cord on that golden parachute
and have cable news book you as an expert on startups from time to time.
There may be a book deal in there, too. We haven’t decided.
Users love our product because it’s something free. Venture
Capitalists love it because they can imagine themselves talking about
it at T.E.D. or on Charlie Rose. Trust us: Once you invest in Ponzify,
you’ll have a difficult time investing your money anywhere else