Fast growth pushes an unprofitable no-code startup into the public markets: Inside Monday.com’s IPO filing
At long last, the Monday.com crew dropped an F-1 filing to go public in the United States. TechCrunch has long known that the company, which sells corporate productivity and communications software, has scaled north of $100 million in annual recurring revenue (ARR).
The countdown to its IPO filing — an F-1, because the company is based in Israel, rather than the S-1s filed by domestic companies — has been ticking for several quarters, so seeing Monday.com drop the document on this Monday morning was just good fun.
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The Exchange has been riffling through the document since it came out, and we’ve picked up on a few things to explore. We’ll start by looking at the company’s revenue growth on a historical basis to see if it has accelerated in recent quarters thanks to the pandemic. Then, we’ll turn to profitability, cash burn, share-based compensation expenses and product vision.
It’s a lot to chew through, so no more dilly-dallying. Into the numbers!
As always, we’re starting with revenue growth because it’s still the single most important thing about any venture-backed company.
Revenue adds are accelerating
This is great news for the startup, its employees and its investors. From 2019 (Read more...)