In the midst of a pandemic, election year, and tumultuous stock market, 2020 is delivering something that wasn’t forecasted by many tech insiders back in 2019 - a flurry of technology IPOs. An IPO, or initial public offering, is when a company transitions from being privately held to becoming listed on a public exchange like the Nasdaq. It’s a big liquidity event when startup founders, early employees, and investors finally get to realize the financial gains that they’ve worked so hard for.
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