Pandemic delayed BigCommerce IPO — then boosted demand

The coronavirus pandemic paused BigCommerce's IPO road show. But once things settled down a bit, CEO Brent Bellm was confident investors would buy in: “Nobody in the world had a better story to tell than us.” The Austin company that has built an e-commerce platform used by about 60,000 customers saw its shares triple in price on their first day of trading.
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