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5 unicorns that will probably go public in 2019 (besides Uber and Lyft)

By TechCrunch

Five unicorn IPOs we can expect to witness in the year ahead that no one's talking aboutRead full story


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  • We’re spoiled for good investment opportunities in 2019.

    • Zoom and Slack are permanent fixtures in the future of work.

    • Peloton is a cult of at-home cyclists with a premium hardware product and a subscription.

    • Cloudflare and the others are further filling out the increasing movement toward cloud computing and data science.

    This is the most exciting year for tech IPOs in history.

  • Watch this list- so many interesting and promising names. Of note: they are all in compelling industries where they excel. Having interviewed John Foley as a journalist at Reuters back in the very very early days of Peloton- he had an impressive plan from the beginning and built with focus and purpose. The success came from hard work for sure- but is not a surprise. Can’t wait to re-visit this time next year.

  • Interesting unicorns to go public this year might include Peloton and Zoom, as well as Pinterest and Slack. (I’m not sure the timing is right? What will 2019 hold for the tech bubble?)

  • It would help if the market sees a reversal before the IPO. It sure looks like a confirmation to the bear market territory though.

  • Jorge Maldonado
    Jorge Maldonado

    Finance/ Investing

  • Dana Kitchen
    Dana Kitchen

    Your article presentation is atrocious. On my iPhone X I can’t scroll down for more than 5 seconds without and add popping up. I’m losing interest in this app very fast.

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