To enter the capital market, companies have to apply for retroactive handling of public offering procedures, have financial reports audited or reviewed by CPA, establish internal control systems, and obtain internal control system reports from CPA. However, above-mentioned requirements may cause burden to small-sized innovative companies.
GISA proactively helps small-sized innovative companies in terms of establishing integrative counseling mechanism to provide accounting, internal control, marketing, and regulatory integrative counseling services. In this way, innovative non-public small-sized companies are able to set up internal control and corporate governance systems.
GISA also helps innovative non-public small-sized companies in terms of raising capital at lower cost.
After being registered on GISA, small-sized innovative companies will be able to enlarge operating scale and increase publicity, which in turn will make it easier to recruit good talents, broaden sales channels, increase competitiveness, and maintain business sustainability.