Ride the Wave
Duolingo debuted on Wall Street and achieved a valuation of $6.5 billion.
Aurora is set to go public with a valuation of $13 billion.
Cognition Therapeutics aims to go live with a $50 million valuation.
You get the picture. The IPO wave has gathered momentum. This isn’t an overnight phenomenon. For years, the tech ecosystem in Pittsburgh has established a foundation to nurture these companies. The resources are here: talent, top tier universities, real estate, ample housing, a high quality of life and a supportive network. It has taken years of intentional work, but the work is paying off.
Mark Thomas, President, Pittsburgh Regional Alliance
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