Fiverr, the human cloud and online staffing platform, has finally broken into the New York Stock Exchange with share prices beginning at $21.
The Tel Aviv, Israel-based company was up 56.7% to $32.90 at noon Eastern time, according to FT.com.
The number of shares offered in the IPO was 5,263,158.
Staffing Industry Analysts ranks Fiverr as the seventh-largest B2B human cloud platform.
Fiverr, in the last year, served approximately 2.1 million active buyers from more than 160 countries, according to a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. It had approximately 255,000 active freelancers in that same period from a similar number of countries.
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