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Initial Public Offering (IPO)

An Initial Public Offering (IPO) is the process where a private company becomes listed on a public stock exchange and offers new shares.

Prior to an IPO, the company is private and shares are usually held by the founder, early employees, VC firms, and angel investors.

An IPO is a great way for a business to raise money by allowing public investors to invest in the business for the first time.

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What Is an Initial Public Offering (IPO)?

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Free food, Beer taps and ping pong games in the break room do not help employees feel connected with the company's vision, mission or direction.

Employees prefer equity/stock compensation, the non-cash payout they get by being allocated restricted stock options. 

Employees then become partial owners of the company, vested into how it performs, increasing their motivation to be more productive and effective.

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Everything You Need to Know About Stock Options and RSUs

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