- Created in 2012 by Eduardo L´Hotellier, GetNinjas has 130 employees;
- It ended 2020 with net operating revenue of BRL 42 million, almost double the BRL 22 million registered in the previous year.
GetNinjas, a Brazilian digital platform that bridges self-employed professionals and companies, defined the price range of its initial public offering of shares between BRL 24.90 and BRL 33.50, according to the prospectus made available to the market on Friday.
Considering only the average price of the indicative range, the offer may raise BRL 703.78 million in proceeds, with BRL 469 million (over $ 85 million) corresponding to the primary offer, which refers to the capital to be raised by the company in the IPO.
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The operation involves primary and secondary offers, with the selling shareholders being Saint–Gobain, Tiger Global, monashees, and KV GN Holdings, in addition to entrepreneurs Evan Feinberg and Eduardo Orlando L’Hotellier. BTG Pactual, JPMorgan, UBS Brasil, and Bradesco BBI coordinate the process.
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Pricing for the GetNinjas stock offering is scheduled for May 12, and the reserve period starts on April 29. The operations are expected to start on May 14 at B3‘s Novo Mercado segment.
Created in 2012 by Eduardo L´Hotellier, GetNinjas has 130 employees and ended 2020 with net operating revenue of BRL 42 million, almost double the BRL 22 million registered in the previous year.
Translated by LABS