Reddit - the business behind the latest social media IPO

In this webinar based on our Reddit Business Deep Dive report, our experts, Jessica Clement and Laura Ceci, take a look at the social media platform's upcoming IPO and its underlying business model.

From AMAs to APIs, Reddit has it all. The text-based social network's road to a public listing was a long one. Much about the company's business as well as the market it is trying to enter have changed in the more than two years since announcing their original intention of going public and actually submitting their S1 for a projected March 2024 IPO.

This webinar will delve into:

• Reddit's IPO in a post-COVID market
• The company's emerging business segment, data licensing for LLM
• The impact of Reddit's volunteer moderators and user communities

Be part of this webinar to learn more about the first major social media IPO since 2019 and if Reddit is suited for entering the market in the current volatile digital landscape.

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3 avril 2024
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