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On today's episode, we're talking about Reddit's upcoming IPO (again), along with some impressive raises for edtech startup Loora, Bioptimus and Dili.
Reddit's feeling out its own IPO valuation is crucial, especially given that hightened regulatory scrutiny is restricting M&A as an exit avenue for unicorns.
Today, we're talking about Arc's new mobile app vs. Google search; why Reddit's IPO might finally happen; why Meta :heart: Apple; and... what Garry said.
Let's make one thing clear: Reddit going public in the first quarter is not going to throw the IPO window wide open for other private tech companies.
If Shein and Reddit can do better than our miniscule tech IPO class of 2023, they could leave the sort of accelerative impact that tech startups so desperately need right now.
Cava's multi-billion-dollar IPO valuation could be the kick in the pants that companies need to start going public again.