Kiplinger: How to Invest in Companies Before They Go Public

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First Arm, then Instacart and Klaviyo. More companies are starting to list publicly this fall, ending a historically quiet IPO market. Yet, by the time many of these companies go public at 10 or 15 years old, it’s worth asking how much growth is left for public market investors to capture. With venture-backed technology companies staying private longer than ever, how do investors go about accessing growth equity investments? The answer is pre-IPO investing. More from EquityZen Co-Founder & CEO in Kiplinger about how to invest in companies before they go public.

 

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