2020 IPO report card: Are tech’s newest public companies meeting expectations?

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As the American election looms and the IPO cycle slows some, it’s a good time to review how well the public offerings we have seen thus far have performed.




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Welcome to a Monday morning data rundown discussing how well the latest-stage startups that went public this year have performed after their first day. We’ll be awarding letter grades for post-IPO performance as well, because we can.


So, how did Snowflake do compared to Vroom, both stacked next to JFrog and One Medical? Let’s find out.


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As the American election looms and the IPO cycle slows some, it’s a good time to review how well the public offerings we have seen thus far have performed. The Exchange explores startups, markets and money. Read it every morning on Extra Crunch, or get The Exchange newsletter every Saturday. Welcome to a Monday morning […]


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