Amplitude CEO’s ode to scrutiny ahead of going public

To the chagrin of many public market investors, startups born over the past decade often resisted the IPO route because: a) private markets were flush with cash, and b) submitting yourself to the unforgiving scrutiny of short sellers, naysayers, and analysts seemed awfully unappetizing.

But since the start of the pandemic, that unofficial party line of staying private longer seems to have, at the very least, softened.



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