Data I/O gains access to Webull’s retail investors

Rick Steves

“We recognize retail investors as an increasingly important component of the overall investment community, particularly for smaller publicly traded companies.”

Data I/O Corporation, a pioneer in advanced security and data deployment solutions for microcontrollers, security ICs, and memory devices, announced its participation in the Webull Corporate Connect Service (CCS) platform.

The collaboration aims to offer a community-driven platform for Data I/O shareholders and prospective investors, enabling them to receive real-time notifications about corporate updates, news, earnings reports, and investor presentations.

Webull’s Corporate Connect Service offers active community of retail investors

“We recognize retail investors as an increasingly important component of the overall investment community, particularly for smaller publicly traded companies,” said Anthony Ambrose, President and CEO of Data I/O Corporation. The emergence of app-based and online trading platforms such as Webull Financial has spurred the rise of a new generation of retail investors, who are more active and engaged than ever. Data I/O aims to capitalize on this trend, enhancing its investor relations strategy by offering a streamlined communication channel via Webull’s CCS platform.

Webull is a next-generation digital investment platform with a vast global reach, serving millions of users from over 180 countries. The platform provides retail investors with round-the-clock access to global financial markets, including stocks, ETFs, options, and fractional shares. Webull’s Corporate Connect Service extends the platform’s utility by allowing companies like Data I/O to directly engage with an active community of retail investors, thereby democratizing access to essential financial information and corporate disclosures.

Data I/O’s decision to join Webull’s Corporate Connect Service is a strategic move designed to build on the growing influence of retail investors in today’s investment landscape.

By offering a direct line of communication and real-time updates, Data I/O not only stands to improve transparency but also to deepen its engagement with a critical segment of its investor base.

As retail investing continues to evolve, facilitated by platforms like Webull, companies that embrace these changes are likely to be better positioned in the eyes of an increasingly savvy and engaged investment community.

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