Vine Strategy IPO watch list 2022

January, 2022

Vine Strategy


Vine Strategy IPO watch list 2022

The trend of start-ups going public is likely to continue in 2022, despite the billions of dollars spent on them over the past decade.

Successful firms raised $450 billion last year when going public, the highest annual deal volume ever. Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, online brokerage Robinhood and Tesla rival Rivian were among firms getting investors attention and fuelling a wave of initial public offerings (IPOs) and direct listings.

This year, online chat service Discord, digital bank chime and meme-stock purveyor Reddit are among firms preparing for their 2022 public debuts. If a certain payments giant worth nearly $100 billion decides to go public this year, it could help make a new IPO record.

Some IPO’s Vine Strategy are watching

The IPO market is bracing for yet another massive year, but it’s unclear whether it will result in a boom or bust. Here are the companies to watch ahead of their 2022 IPOs.

Chime - Latest Valuation: $25 billion after funding in September - San Francisco digital bank Chime is in talks to go public at a valuation of up to $45 billion as soon as March, a person familiar with the matter told Forbes in October.

Discord - Latest Valuation: $15 billion after funding in September. Though the online chat service has yet to make an official announcement, investors have been eyeing a Discord IPO since the company ended talks with Microsoft in April to be acquired for at least $10 billion.

Reddit - Latest Valuation: $10 billion after funding in August. On December 15, Reddit confidentially filed paperwork to go public this year, but disclosed no financial details and said it still hasn't determined how much it’s looking to raise.

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