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LTSE (Long-Term Stock Exchange) is a company that creates an SEC-regulated national securities exchange designed to align companies and long-term investors with shared goals. The company provides services in areas including finance, regulation, law, and technology.

HQWalnut, CA, US
Employee Ratings5

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Employees (est.) (Apr 2022)76(+2%)
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Key People/Management at LTSE

Eric Ries

Eric Ries


LTSE Office Locations

LTSE has offices in Walnut and San Francisco
Walnut, CA, US (HQ)
340 S Lemon Ave #2197
San Francisco, CA, US
250 Montgomery St #800, San Francisco
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LTSE Financials and Metrics

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LTSE total Funding

$68.5 m

LTSE latest funding size

$49.74 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

LTSE investors

LTSE's latest funding round in August 2019 was reported to be $49.7 m. In total, LTSE has raised $68.5 m
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LTSE Online and Social Media Presence

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Let’s get concrete about stakeholder capitalism

Being a stakeholder-focused company means upping the influence of workers, customers, the community and others critical to long-term successThe World Economic Forum’s annual gathering in Davos adopted the theme “Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World” to “give concrete meaning to ‘stakeho…

How to govern your company with a view of its stakeholders

The value is in the doingThanks to the work of investors, advocates, policymakers and companies, management of environmental and social capital have come to be recognized as legitimate determinants of corporate performance.Yet the challenge remains: How to move beyond disclosures about sustainabilit…

Hey startup founders: You have one shot to diversify your option pool

It helps to get ahead of the problemDear Startup Founder,You’re gearing up to hire employee number six. Hurrah!But have you thought about employee number 60? By then, your brand-new Head of People Ops will have audited pay equity across your company. Spoiler alert: they’ll find problems.Maybe you ha…

How the Chicago Cubs scored a win for stakeholder capitalism

A battle over night games illuminates the importance of business judgmentFans of the Chicago Cubs may mourn their team’s missing baseball’s postseason after winning the World Series three years ago. But companies that aim to do right by all their stakeholders might want to toast the team from that c…

Presentation: Understanding potential dilution

Raise money… and know what you’re signing up forIf you’re a founder of an early-stage startup, you may have raised money via convertible instruments (CIs) without knowing fully how they could dilute your stake in the company. But as a business builder, equity is your resource. So, starting from the …

Introducing the Long-Term Stock Exchange’s very simple market

It starts with displaying prices fullyHow do you build a stock exchange that’s not designed solely to promote the buying and selling of shares? That’s among the questions we confront in building the only U.S. national securities exchange designed primarily for long term-focused companies and like-mi…
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LTSE Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was LTSE founded?

    LTSE was founded in 2015.

  • Who are LTSE key executives?

    LTSE's key executives are Eric Ries.

  • How many employees does LTSE have?

    LTSE has 77 employees.

  • Who are LTSE competitors?

    Competitors of LTSE include Nasdaq Nordic, Singapore Exchange and National Stock Exchange of India.

  • Where is LTSE headquarters?

    LTSE headquarters is located at 340 S Lemon Ave #2197, Walnut.

  • Where are LTSE offices?

    LTSE has offices in Walnut and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does LTSE have?

    LTSE has 2 offices.