Andrew Bialecki, CEO and co-founder of Klaviyo, poses for a portrait in Boston on Sep. 5, 2019.
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Marketing automation company Klaviyo on Monday increased its proposed price range for its initial public offering, targeting a fully diluted valuation of up to $9 billion.
Klaviyo said in a filing nearly 19.2 million shares would be sold in the IPO, priced between $27 and $29 each. It had earlier said those shares would be priced between $25 and $27 each.
The hike comes after another IPO contender Instacart raised its price range on Friday.
A strong debut from chip designer Arm Holdings has raised hopes of a rebound in the IPO market, but the lukewarm reception to Neumora Therapeutics suggests investor demand for new listings is limited.