What It's Like Taking Your Company Public (BCOV)

What It's Like Taking Your Company Public (BCOV)

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In the last two years, the IPO market for tech companies has warmed up. LinkedIn, Pandora, Demand Media, Yelp, Brightcove, and many others have hit the public markets. Since it's a new world out there for today's tech companies, we asked Brightcove CEO Jeremy Allaire about the process. The...
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