- The productivity software startup Asana is planning to go public next year and looking at a direct listing, the Financial Times’ Miles Kruppa reported.
- Asana, co-founded by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, is valued at $1.5 billion and has crossed $100 million in annual recurring revenue.
- Both Slack and Spotify did a direct listing when they went public, and Airbnb is also looking at doing the same when it goes public next year.
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