Live: Debating the Groupon IPO
Conor Sen, Rocky Agrawal, and Steve Cheney Debate Live on Namesake.com the Groupon IPO
We thought you'd be interested in this Namesake Conversation happening right now with an expert panel doing a live examination of one of the hottest IPO filings in years -- Groupon.
- a potential valuation of $20 billion
- is Groupon's growth sustainable?
- is this a sign we are in another Tech Bubble?
- competing with Facebook and others
Rocky Agrawal is a product and marketing strategist who has spent 15 years working in Web and mobile media. His areas of expertise include search, social networks, local, mapping, payments and wireless technologies. (@rakeshlobster)
Steve Cheney is an entrepreneur and formerly an engineer & programmer specializing in web and mobile technologies. He is a contributing writer at TechCrunch. (@stevecheney)
Conor Sen a Minyanville Contributor and is also currently with Kabbage, a financial startup based in Atlanta. He previously spent 4+ years at a multi-billion dollar west coast-based hedge fund, where his responsibilities included risk management, macroeconomic research, and cross-asset class analysis. (@conorsen) Read Conor's most recent article : Groupon is Effectively Insolvent
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