In what’s likely the most highly anticipated IPO since Facebook, Snap is poised to take the plunge into the public markets in the coming days. The company set its terms a couple of weeks ago, planning to sell 200 million shares at a price between $14 to $16 each; a midpoint pricing would raise about $3 billion for the “camera company”.
We’ve combed through the filing to pull out some of the more interesting tidbits for our latest datagraphic. Check it out below to see a breakdown of Snap’s financing and valuation history, board of directors, ownership percentages and more.
Snap’s IPO: A Tech Spectacle
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Article by Mikey Tom, PitchBook