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IPOs are the beginning, not the end

“I think it’s really important to think of the IPOs, the beginning, not the end,” said Tejada.

And so, it is a moment — it’s the start of you really sharing a narrative backed by financial data to help people understand your current business, the potential for your business, the market that you’re in, etc.

“I think we have too much of a fixation on the IPO moment versus just building durable business models and how do they end up translating into valuations.

“I get asked a lot by CEOs that are thinking about getting ready to go public, ‘you know, what was your playbook?

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