Firm sans office, staff files for IPO

WOODLAND HILLS, CA: An ambitious PR entrepreneur has filed with the SEC to take his agency public - even though he currently has no employees and only a handful of clients.

WOODLAND HILLS, CA: An ambitious PR entrepreneur has filed with the SEC to take his agency public - even though he currently has no employees and only a handful of clients.

WOODLAND HILLS, CA: An ambitious PR entrepreneur has filed with the

SEC to take his agency public - even though he currently has no

employees and only a handful of clients.



Bryan Eggers, a publicist with Internet software company Luckman

Interactive until 1999, has decided to take his nascent firm, PR

Specialists, public in order to secure funds for rapid growth. He

expects to gain SEC clearance for the plan within the next few

weeks.



’My idea is to use our publicly traded stock to acquire other PR

companies or related services,’ Eggers explained, noting that he hopes

to raise somewhere in the neighborhood of dollars 300,000 with the IPO.

’Once cleared by the SEC, I’ll have enough money to open an office and

hire staff.’



Eggers is no stranger to the process of taking a company public. He

still holds a stake in CDBeat.com, an Internet music supplier which he

founded and subsequently sold.



The firm’s first few clients include Digitalpayloads.com and

Brachman.com (run by former San Francisco Chronicle columnist Jim

Brachman).



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