Top 10 Startup IPOs Launching In 2022 That Can Trigger A Tsunami Of Investments (Full List)

Top 10 Startup IPOs Launching In 2022 That Can Trigger A Tsunami Of Investments (Full List)
Top 10 Startup IPOs Launching In 2022 That Can Trigger A Tsunami Of Investments (Full List)

We all know that besides churning out over 40 unicorns 2021 has also been the year of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs). This was the year when many companies Zomato, Nykaa, PolicyBazaar, Paytm, Freshworks, MapmyIndia, Cartrade, MedPlus and RateGain like made their debut in the share market

 “Growing number of unicorns in the startup ecosystem is a testimony of the new-age tech companies coming of age in our economy. These companies often follow a unique business model focusing more on rapid growth than immediate profitability,” said SEBI in its bulletin.

And continuing the streak in 2021, we expect 2022 to also be a year of mega IPOs.  Here we bring you some of the noteworthy IPOs expected in the upcoming year

Delhivery 

In last month, Gurugram-based logistics unicorn Delhivery filed for an initial public offering (IPO) to raise up to Rs 7,460 crore.

Reportedly, investors, Carlyle and SoftBank will be making a partial exit via the Offer For Sale. Notably, last week, Delhivery acquired a California-based platform for unmanned aerial system platforms, Transition Robotics Inc (TRI), for an undisclosed amount.

OYO

In October 2021, hospitality unicorn OYO filed DRHP for an IPO to raise around $1.16 billion (Rs 8,430 crore) with market regulator SEBI. As per the document, the offer comprises a fresh issuance up to Rs 7,000 crore and an offer for sale aggregating up to Rs 1,430 crore.

The IPO will consist of 83 percent fresh issue and 17 percent offer for sale. The IPO of this Gurugram-based startup is likely to open in the first quarter of next year.

Droom

In November 2021, automobile eCommerce marketplace Droom filed its DRHP with markets regulator SEBI to raise up to Rs 3000 crore from an IPO.

The IPO will include a fresh issue of shares aggregating Rs 2000 crore, and an offer for sale of shares up to Rs 1000 crore by Droom Pte, which is the sole promoter of Droom Technology.  The IPO of the company is likely to happen during January-March 2022.

MobiKwik

In July this year, MobiKwik filed for an initial public offering to raise Rs 1,900 crore, its DRHP showed.

The Rs 1,900 crore includes a fresh issue worth Rs 1,500 crore, and the remaining component – Rs 400 crore – will be secondary share sales. This company is expected to hit the public markets in the first quarter of 2022.

Snapdeal

Recently, Delhi-based e-commerce retailer Snapdeal has filed its DRHP with SEBI to raise Rs 1,250 crore in a fresh issue of shares through an IPO. At the same time, existing investors in the company including SoftBank, Foxconn, and Sequoia will be selling 3,07,69,600 equity shares in the company.

Ecom Express

According to sources, Ecom Express?, a logistics and warehousing solutions provider for the e-commerce industry, has shortlisted four investment banks for its proposed IPO due to be launched in 2022.

According to a recent report, a report by VCCircle said the firm was eyeing a listing at a valuation above $2 billion.

Ola

Ola’s Chairman and Group CEO Bhavish Aggarwal said in an interview that ride-hailing unicorn has plans to go public next year — but, a final date for the initial public offering has yet to be decided.

Aggarwal said both ?Ola? and ?Ola Electric? — the company’s electric-vehicle arm — have adequate capital and strong balance sheets.

BYJU’S

According to reports the edtech unicorn ?BYJU’S? is reportedly considering a public market listing in the United States through a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).

It is also evaluating an option of a domestic listing in the second half of the calendar year 2022 and is in talks with bankers.

Flipkart

Recently, speaking at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference, Brett Biggs, executive vice president, and chief financial officer of Walmart said that Bengaluru-based Flipkart’s IPO is on the cards but there is no timeline for it.

The company said it will provide end-to-end support covering planning, advertising, cataloging, logistics, quality control, and mentoring to homegrown brands.

Swiggy

The food tech unicorn Swiggy is also preparing for an IPO and is expected to get listed in the October-December quarter next year.

Apart from the above-mentioned companies, other startups like Udaan, PhonePe, BigBasket, Cars 24, CarDekho, The Good Glamm, CSS Corp, Urban Company are also in the pipeline to go the IPO route.

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