In the months leading up to its initial public offering, Mason could have you used some solid advice, or, if it was offered, should have accepted the advice.
The folks at Zynga, it seems, have learned the lesson.
Zynga is the social gaming company behind FarmVille, CityVille, Words with Friends, and others. In the first nine months of 2011, it had revenue of $828.9 million, more than double its revenue from the previous year. The company expects to begin trading on the Nasdaq index on Dec. 16.
According to Inside Investor Relations, the social gaming company is looking for an investor relations director, a search that coincides with the start of its IPO roadshow. To get the gig, the right candidate will need a decade of experience “either in investor relations or another capital markets role.”