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    Companies are taking 50 per cent more time to IPO

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    The average time between launching a company and it going public has increased from eight to 12 years since 2013, according to a study from the University of Toronto’s Impact Centre that looked at 58 public software companies in the U.S. The average revenue firms have when they IPO has also increased during that period, from less than US$100 million to over US$300 million. (Impact Centre)

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