Park Lane Capital Opens Silicon Valley Office

Park Lane Capital, LLC, a leading IPO consultancy group, announces the opening of their new Silicon Valley office. Park Lane capital has been expanding rapidly taking on more customers and therefore has opened a strategic office in Silicon Valley.

Online PR News – 11-September-2013 – San Francisco Bay Area, California. – “We feel that it is necessary to have a location in Silicon Valley with all of the early stage technology companies that emerge due to the bay area culture,” says Daniel Robertson, CEO of Park Lane Capital. “Furthermore, by putting staff in the heart of Silicon Valley, we will be able to help the small companies grow via consulting, sourcing funding opportunities, and providing strategic operational assistance. Our new offices are located at the intersection of Highways 101 and 92, providing easy access for our clients as well as being only 10 minutes from San Francisco international Airport. With many of our clients flying in from overseas, this is a very convenient location. The San Mateo office adds to our locations in Los Angeles, New York, London, and Monaco.”

About Park Lane Capital, LLC, Park Lane Capital, LLC provides a comprehensive suite of services to assist our clients as a one stop shop for all their IPO and financing needs. We focus on small to mid-sized companies, taking them public on a variety of exchanges. Our management team has participated in over 165 fundraising events.

We are independently owned, uniquely offering: underwriting and ongoing regulatory filing services, an inventory of public shells, in house PR/IR, print, online & corporate marketing, celebrity endorsements, debt/equity capital financing, for both US and foreign companies. We can list your company on many exchanges including; London Stock Exchange, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, OTC:BB, OTC:QB, Pink Sheets and many others.

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