“A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion dollars.” In 2011, more and more technology companies have been turning into billion dollar companies by going public via IPO (Initial Public Offering).
Linkedin kicked off the tech IPO wave with its successful public offering. The company is now worth more than $9.5 billion. Pandora quickly followed suit. And later this year, Groupon and gaming giant Zynga will hold their multi-billion dollar IPOs.
Singlegrain decided to condense the biggest tech IPOs of 2011 into a single infographic. It provides an overview of how each of these technology giants turned into billion-dollar Wall Street darlings.
Check out the infographic below, and let us know what you think of the tech IPO boom in the comments. *Click on image to enlarge