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Assess your Wish equity situation

Wish is an American online e-commerce platform that facilitates transactions between sellers and buyers. Wish was founded in 2010 by Piotr Szulczewski (CEO) and Danny Zhang (former CTO).

Wish is operated by ContextLogic Inc. in San Francisco, United States. The platform employs browsing technologies which personalize shopping visually for each customer, rather than relying on a search bar format. It allows sellers to list their products on Wish and sell directly to consumers. Wish works with payment service providers to handle payments and does not stock the products themselves or manage returns.

Source: Wikipedia

$11.2B

Valuation

$1.8B

Total equity raised

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Wish raised $1.8B thus far. How much more capital will be raised before the company goes public? How diluted is your position and how exposed are you to liquidation preferences? Find out what your exit could look like with our Profit Simulator.

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You didn’t join a start-up to become an equity expert, we get it. That’s why we crafted no-nonsense educational content for you to become the most equity savvy of your team at the coffee machine. We also organize webinars and partner with companies to deliver equity trainings in-house.