It sounds counterintuitive, but in this chilly fundraising environment, late-stage startups need to consider going public.
“While some companies delay their IPOs, others can play catch-up and prepare for the time when the open market itches to invest again,” writes Carl Niedbala, COO and co-founder of commercial insurance broker Founder Shield.
In a detailed TC+ article, he looks at why “sensible companies are de-risking their public path,” which sectors are best positioned, and perhaps most notable, which benchmarks indicate “that an IPO is in their future.”
Two more and a look back:
Daily Crunch: What’s around the corner for the EV market in 2023? by Henry Pickavet originally published on TechCrunch