Articles on: Shares & Shareback

What is an IPO (Initial Public Offering)?

IPO is an acronym for Initial Public Offering.

An IPO is when a company decides to go public and make its shares available on the stock market for the first time. This creates a mechanism by which shares can be traded.
In order for WeShop to be able to offer the ability to 'sell WeShop shares', the WeShop company needs to be on a public, recognised stock exchange.

Updated on: 26/02/2024