Gregor Pryor, digital media partner and Mike Young, corporate partner, Reed Smith.

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  • Sorry guys, but you don't have a clue what you're talking about.
    No self-respecting technology company would ever float on AIM. AIM is a funding source of last resort for many companies and there are now dozens of "zombie" (ie., living dead) companies that are stuck there.
    Any decent technology company in Shoreditch / Silicon Roundabout aspires (after raising money from top tier VCs) either to exit by way of a trade sale to a US buyer or to do an IPO on Nasdaq (or NYSE).
    Have either of the authors acted for a technology company that has floated on the main market or Nasdaq?

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