Living Tech is the connection between technology and humanity that makes companies truly great.

Whether it’s Uber, Spotify, Twitter or Snapchat, bringing a tech product to life requires more than just technology. Groundbreaking algorithms and apps are transformed by human insight - to meet a market need, and shepherd development. Be they Uber drivers, Spotify artists or customers, it takes people to keep a product alive.

The same is true for bringing an issue to market and helping it grow. A listing exchange must have leading-edge tech capabilities - but it requires a human touch that only seasoned professionals can provide. That’s where the NYSE gives you an edge. We integrate superior technology with the expertise of our floor traders, market makers and support staff to ensure the success of your IPO.

You Bring it to Life, We Bring it to Market.

This past year, the NYSE has seen an incredible number of tech companies list on our exchange.

PagerDuty. Pinterest. Uber. Slack. And counting.

*Based on NYSE results from the first half (January 1 - June 30, 2019)


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Randy Garutti, CEO of Shake Shack
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Jennifer Morgan, Executive Board Member at SAP
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Matt Maloney, Founder and CEO of Grubhub
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Scott Wagner, CEO of GoDaddy
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Jennifer Tejada, CEO of PagerDuty
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Philip Krim, Co-Founder and CEO of Casper
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Chieh Huang, Co-Founder and CEO of Boxed
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April Underwood, Chief Product Officer of Slack
A discussion on customer centircity and data driven design.
John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO of Blackberry
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Reverend Thomas Johnson and Thomas Johnson IV
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Elena Gomez, CFO of Zendesk
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Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman of the NYSE
NYSE Vice Chairman Betty Liu: Evangelizing for Entrepreneurship Around the World
Mary Barra, Chairman and CEO of General Motors
Mary Barra shares her philosophy behind “earning the right to exist” at General Motors