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Why it was one to watch: Snowflake's IPO was the most highly anticipated of all the enterprise software stocks going public in September. The company's revenues are growing quickly and investor demand appears high, reflected in Snowflake's raising its pricing range for the IPO. Whether it can maintain its higher pricing level will be a test for the stock.  

IPO Debut: The IPO was priced at $120 a share on Sept. 15. It started trading Sept. 16, opening at $245 and gaining 112% over its IPO price on its first day.

Type: IPO

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Snowflake Stock More Than Doubles on First Day

Sept. 16, 2020 · 10:05 AM PDT
Snowflake is the hottest one of a group of five enterprise software stocks going public this month.

Snowflake Prices IPO at $120 Per Share

Sept. 15, 2020 · 4:28 PM PDT
The IPO, which would be the largest-ever for software, will value Snowflake at over $33 billion.
From left: Snowflake's Frank Slootman, Palantir's Alexander Karp and Asana's Dustin Moskovitz. Photos by Snowflake, Bloomberg and Julie Mikos.
Apple CEO Tim Cook appearing by videoconference before the House Judiciary Committee in July. Photo by Bloomberg
Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman. Photo by Snowflake
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg testifying remotely at a House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing in July. Photo by Bloomberg

Snowflake Reveals Rapid Sales Growth in IPO Filing

Aug. 24, 2020 · 2:45 PM PDT
Snowflake, which was valued at $12.4 billion after its last funding in February, says it has signed up 146 of the Fortune 500 as customers.
Asana co founders Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein. Photo by AP
Ali Ghodsi, CEO of Databricks. Image: Databricks
Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman. Photo by Snowflake
Facial recognition technology being demonstrated at a conference in China last year. Photo by Bloomberg

Database Startup Snowflake Files Confidentially for IPO

June 9, 2020 · 12:20 PM PDT
Snowflake, which has raised $1.4 billion, is looking to tap into the growing usage of cloud services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Photo by Bloomberg

Startup Snowflake’s Valuation More Than Triples After New Funding

Feb. 10, 2020 · 12:03 PM PST
New $479 million funding round was led by new investors Salesforce Ventures and Dragoneer Investment Group.
Zoom Video CEO Eric Yuan on the day Zoom went public on the Nasdaq market last April. Photo by Bloomberg