- Fiverr will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange from Thursday under the ticker symbol “FVRR.”
- Fiverr is looking to raise $110 million from an offer of 5.26 million shares.
- Last year, rival Upwork saw share prices soar 50 per cent on debut.
Tel Aviv-based Fiverr International Ltd., the gig-economy company, has priced its initial public offering at $21, slightly above the top-end of its $18-20 offering. The company’s business, which is very similar to rival Upwork, is to connect freelancers with firm’s looking to hire them for a fee.