Valuation of 10 Major Upcoming IPOs Hit US Market in 2021


IPOs to watch in 2021

Last year brought a number of highly anticipated initial public offerings, as the likes of Airbnb (ticker: ABNB), Palantir (PLTR), Snowflake (SNOW), DoorDash (DASH) and Unity Software (U) all hit the market. Despite a pandemic, 2020 turned out to be a great year for IPOs, with 494 IPOs raising a combined $174 billion, setting new records on both counts, according to data from FactSet. Rock bottom interest rates and continued post-pandemic spending packages should keep demand for new issues high, and there’s no shortage of quality private companies looking to tap public markets. Here are 10 of the most anticipated IPOs to watch in 2021.

Ten of the biggest 2021 IPOs to watch:

  • Bumble
  • Instacart
  • Robinhood Markets
  • Nextdoor
  • Stripe
  • Roblox
  • Coinbase
  • UiPath
  • ThoughtSpot
  • Ascensus

Bumble : Potential 2021 IPO valuation: around $6 billion

Instacart: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: between $17.7 billion and $30 billion

Robinhood Markets: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: between$10 billion and $20 billion

Nextdoor: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: between$4 billion and $5 billion

Stripe: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: between$70 billion and $100 billion

Roblox: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: $30 billion or more

Coinbase: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: between $30 billion and $75 billion

UiPath: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: more than $35 billion

ThoughtSpot: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: more than $2 billion

Ascensus: Potential 2021 IPO valuation: around $3 billion

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