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About IPO, Stash's Raise and More YC Movement – TechCrunch



Welcome to the transcribed edition of Equity, the venture-capital-oriented podcast from TechCrunch that unpacks the numbers behind the headlines. We're running an experiment for extra-crunch members that puts the words of our beloved venture-capital podcast Equity in your eyes rather than in your ears.

This week along with guest Anu Duggal, founder of the Female Founders Fund, discussed Team Uber's upcoming IPO, the pace of Q1's initial public offering, Stash's raise, and other changes to Y Combinator, in which Sam Altman served as chairman the accelerator had taken place.

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Connie Loizos:
Hello and welcome to Equity. I'm TechCrunch's Silicon Valley editor Connie Loizos. I joined Alex Wilhelm from Crunchbase News today.

Alex Wilhelm:
Hello.

Connie Loizos:
Hello. We also have a guest from New York in the studio today. Anu Duggal, co-founder of the Female Founders Fund, who has supported a number of really interesting companies, from the Zola wedding platform to the Tala smartphone credit app, which targets people and underserved markets and emerging markets. Anu, thank you very much for the swing of today.

Anu Duggal:
Thank you for having me.

Connie Loizos:
It's really nice to see you. 1

9659002] Anu Duggal:
You, too.

Connie Loizos:
So we talked about the week being slow. Until about an hour ago, we actually talked about the fact that there was a discussion about that … there was a lot of talk here and nothing has been done so far. Then Reuters broke the news that Uber plans its IPO in April, next month. And it is also exactly after the expected IPO of Lyft, which apparently appears at the end of this month.

Alex Wilhelm:
Yes. And that's proof that the message gods still hate this show, because this is every week we go and say there was no, oh, all the news collapsed an hour ago. Connie Loizos: We expect the Uber IPO to be held at the Road Show in April or live in April?

Connie Loizos:
I think there is a problem. It is necessary to publicize the S-1 and launch its Investor Road Show. And after that, I'm not really sure how long it will take. Is it maybe a week later?


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