Road Show defined: A “road show” is a presentation by an issuing company to market its offered securities (typically through an IPO) to potential buyers or investors. The term “road show” is derived from the fact that the company’s management, chaperoned by their investment bankers, usually make stops in several major cities over a couple week period where investors can sit in on the presentation and decide whether to buy the stock (See PrivCo.com definition of “IPO”.)
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