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What IPO’s are coming in 2022?

Published by: Lucien Paulemil
June 16, 2022 1:38 pm

The upcoming IPOs pipeline has slowed after the hyperactivity of 2020-2021. Below discussed are some of the most exciting and highly anticipated IPOs for 2022 and beyond. Some of these may follow a traditional IPO route, while others may look to go public via SPAC (special purposes acquisition company).

Instacart: Instacart is a grocery pickup and delivery service headquartered in San Francisco. The company partners with grocery stores and “big box” chains to hand-pick store items and deliver them to customers. Customers shop online using the Instacart Marketplace via desktop or handheld devices. Reuters reported on November 12th, 2020, that the company had chosen Goldman Sachs to lead the IPO at a $30 billion valuation. On March 2nd, 2021, Instacart announced a $265 million round of funding, valuing the company at $39 billion, but a year later, slashed its valuation to $24 billion based on market conditions and declared they are in “no rush” for an IPO. Instacart filed confidentially for an IPO with the SEC on May 11th, 2022, suggesting a 2022 IPO is imminent once statements are reviewed and approved by regulators.

Stripe: Stripe is a San Francisco based financial technology company that develops payment processing platforms for digital payments. The company was founded in 2010 by Irish brothers Patrick and John Collison. Stripe has 1 million + customers, ranging from small startups to the largest and most innovative corporations worldwide like Amazon, Shopify, Peloton etc. Stripe raised a new round of funding in March 2021, valuing the company at $95 billion. While a 2022 IPO is possible, the slowed IPO market may push its IPO to 2023.

Databricks: Databricks is a data science and artificial intelligence cloud and web-based software service provider. Its primary product is a web-enabled Unified Data Platform that empowers data engineers at companies to import massive amounts of data from existing sources, then compile the data to provide business intelligence. Bloomberg reported in late 2020 that the company would pursue an IPO; However, the company completed a fresh round of private funding in early 2021, delaying its public debut to 2022 which may be pushed out even further to 2023.

The Boring Company: The Boring Company is an infrastructure company that digs tunnels for transportation projects. The Boring Company is famous because of its founder, Elon Musk. As of April 2022, there were five projects in various stages of planning and construction. The company raised $675 million in a Series C funding round in April 2022, valuing the company at $5.675 billion. The Boring Company is one of two upcoming IPOs tied to Elon Musk. 

Other companies are that can be expected to go public in 2022 if not in 2023 and beyond are Flexport, BlockFi, Canva, OpenSea, Chime, Plaid, Impossible Foods, Epic Games, OnlyFans, Starlink, Rubrik, Weee!, Lime, Discord, RedWood Materials and Acorns. 

The information in this article is well-researched and factual. Still, it contains opinions also, and IT IS NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE and should not be interpreted as such, do not make any financial decisions based on the information in this article; we are not financial advisors. We are journalists. You should always consult with a professional before making any investment decisions.

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