20 stories about IPO
בורסה וול סטריט שור סופה שלג ניו יורק

Tech titans line up: The leading companies ready for blockbuster IPOs in 2024

06.12.23|Sophie Shulman
2023 was a particularly weak year in terms of IPOs, with only 148 new companies arriving on Wall Street. But the market estimates that 2024 will see a recovery in the field and that huge IPOs are coming. There are also Israeli companies among the candidates to join the club
מגדל עזריאלי שרונה תל אביב

Acquisitions and IPOs of Israeli startups fall by 56% in 2023 to $7.5 billion

06.12.23|Sophie Shulman
The number of transactions hit a decade low of 45, with their financial scope being the lowest in the last five years
עובדים של אינסטקארט אורזים מוצרים ב"הול פודז" לוס אנג'לס

Delivering the goods: Instacart on its way to a huge IPO

03.09.23|Viki Auslender
Instacart, which focuses mainly on grocery product deliveries, has recorded 5 consecutive quarters of profitability and is expected to be one of the largest IPOs of the year, second only to SoftBank's Arm
מגזין מנהלים 31.12.20 גלעד יעבץ מנכ"ל אנלייט

Renewable energy company Enlight going public on Nasdaq at over $2 billion valuation

The company, which specializes in projects involving the generation of electricity from renewable energy, will begin trading on Wall Street on Friday and has already ensured itself over $250 million in funding
מגזין מנהלים 31.12.20 גלעד יעבץ מנכ"ל אנלייט

Enlight aiming to raise over $200 million in Wall Street IPO

22.01.23|Golan Hazani
The company, which specializes in projects involving the generation of electricity from renewable energy, is currently traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange with a market cap of NIS 7.6 billion (approximately $2.23 billion) and plans to be a dual-listed company
הנפקת מובילאיי

Mobileye announces 38% increase in revenue to $450 million in first report since IPO

07.12.22|Sophie Shulman
The Israeli company's first report since its split from Intel revealed that most of its revenue still comes from assistance and alert systems and not from fully autonomous vehicle systems
גאוזי Gauzy אייל פסו

Nanotech startup Gauzy targeting $600 million Nasdaq IPO

09.11.22|Golan Hazani
The Israeli company, which develops smart glass technologies, plans to raise $150 million by going public in the first quarter of 2023
סלינה הנפקה הנפקת סלינה ב נאסד"ק

Selina shares surge over 300% on first day on Wall Street

The Israeli-founded hospitality company began trading on Thursday after completing a merger with SPAC BOA at a $1.2 billion valuation
הנפקת מובילאיי

Mobileye shares surge on opening day on Nasdaq, valuation crosses $22 billion

27.10.22|Reuters and CTech
Shares of Intel's Israeli self-driving car unit rose by as much as 40% on Wednesday before falling back slightly
 אמנון שעשוע מייסד ומנכ"ל מובילאיי

Mobileye goes public at $16.7 billion valuation

26.10.22|Sophie Shulman and Reuters
Intel's Israeli self-driving car unit, which raised $861 million, was targeting a $50 billion valuation earlier this year before the rout in tech compelled it to stomach a lower valuation
מימין מנכ"ל אינטל העולמית פט גלסינגר ונשיא ומנכ"ל מובילאיי אמנון שעשוע

Mobileye is seeking autonomy from Intel at all costs

19.10.22|Sophie Shulman
Mobileye's IPO will be the largest ever by an Israeli company, yet it is still disappointing as the company will go public at the same value at which it was acquired by Intel 5 years ago, even though revenues have doubled
רכב אוטונומי מובילאיי Mobileye ירושלים

Mobileye settles for just $16 billion valuation in Wall Street IPO

18.10.22|CTech and Reuters
Intel's Israeli self-driving car unit was targeting a $50 billion valuation earlier this year before the rout in tech compelled many high-flying companies to stomach haircuts in valuation
 אמנון שעשוע מייסד ומנכ"ל מובילאיי

Mobileye closing on IPO after filing for Nasdaq listing

01.10.22|Reuters and CTech
Intel’s Israeli self-driving unit reported first-half revenue of $854 million, a 21% jump from the year-ago period
אריאל כהן ואילן טוויג מייסדי TripActions טריפאקשנס כנס פינטק  וידאו

TripActions reportedly targeting IPO at $12 billion valuation

"We are not far from an IPO, we believe that something very big can be built here, something like Amazon but for business travel,” TripActions CEO and co-founder Ariel Cohen told Calcalist last October
ועידת Mind the Tech ניו יורק אקלאוויה סרף ו אסף גלס

“There’s a lot of interest for companies to go public - most likely next year”

In a fireside chat at Calcalist’s Mind the Tech 2022 Conference in New York, Eklavya Saraf, Global Head of SPAC and Managing Director of New Listings, Nasdaq, and Asaf Glas, VP Clients at IBI Capital, discussed tech companies and IPOs today and where things are headed
אמנון שעשוע

Intel cutting $20 billion off Mobileye valuation ahead of delayed IPO

According to Bloomberg, Intel’s Israeli self-driving car unit is set to be valued at around $30 billion when it goes public
צביקה ברנשטיין שותף מנהל IBI CAPITAL

Nasdaq meltdown? Private technology companies in Israel just keep raising capital

06.09.22|Tzvika Bernstein
A study conducted by IBI Capital’s S-Cube summarizing the first half of 2022 shows that the value of technology companies in advanced financing stages continues to rise. For any company considering an IPO, now is the time to prepare
וול סטריט ניו יורק

Hitting the wall: Wall Street's IPO market suffering its worst year since 2009

25.08.22|Noam Landman
From a record year to a down year - hundreds of private companies are afraid of going public and receiving a low valuation. Only $5.1 billion has been raised to date compared to $100 billion at the same stage last year
 אמנון שעשוע מייסד ומנכ"ל מובילאיי

Mobileye IPO set to be postponed

10.07.22|Meir Orbach
The current conditions in the market mean that Intel’s Israeli self-driving car unit is no longer expected to go public in mid-2022 as initially planned
דייב וייסר מייסד ו מנכל גט היוצא על רקע מונית GETT

Gett valuation plummets to $265 million as company faces uncertain future

08.05.22|Meir Orbach
Investor VNV Global revealed that it is currently valuing its 24% ownership in the corporate ground transportation management company at just $63.6 million, based on a forward-looking revenue adjusted for the recent announcement of Gett that it would exit the Russian market