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Biggest Tech IPOs in 2022

What are some of the biggest tech companies expected to go public next year? There are plenty of big tech names out there looking to take their businesses public. Let’s look at what these companies are offering investors and see how they stack up against each other.

What is an IPO?

An initial public offering (IPO) is when a startup company sells all or part of its stock on the open markets for the first time to raise money that will be used to fund growth, acquisitions and/or future projects.

With this much money going into one project, it can have a major impact on your portfolio. With that being said, it also makes sense to do a little research before you invest in an IPO. 

Top Tech IPOs

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. – $120B

Chinese e-commerce website with over 100 million active registered users

Tencent Holdings Limited – $85B

China’s largest aussie online casino gaming platform with games like League of Legends, Badou Jack, and others. It also owns a social networking site called WeChat

JD Capital Realty Trust Inc. – $65B

 Retail real estate investment trust headquartered in New York City

Snap Inc. – $50B

Social media app where you can send Snapchat style messages to friends from anywhere! They recently launched two new products — Snaps & Unlimited Viewing Time

Dropbox Inc. – $42B

 Peer-to-peer file storage service

Uber Technologies Inc. – $112B-$170B

 The ride hailing technology firm that provides services such as taxi booking, ridesharing, food delivery, and bike rentals.

Grab – $22B

Transport company that provides services like carpooling, taxis, ride sharing, food deliveries, and scooters in Southeast Asia.

Blue Apron Holdings Inc. – $8B

 Food subscription service that sends pokies online players weekly boxes filled with meals made from fresh ingredients

TikTok – $6B

Video app similar to Vine or Instagram that allows people to create short videos. The app has been downloaded by more than 800 million users worldwide. This includes 60% of teens between 12–17 years old across 40 countries.


The demand for investing in real money IPOs has increased dramatically since 2000. That means it’s getting harder to find good deals and you need to know what you’re buying. So we compared the offerings of Alibaba, Tencent, JD, Snap and Grab so you can make the best choice based on the best potential outcome.