Twilio is expected to price its IPO on Wednesday night and debut on the NYSE on Thursday morning. The company, which has raised $233 million in VC funding, could very well have an impact on the near-future of IPOs (for better or worse), as it's the first tech unicorn to go public since Square (NYSE: SQ). The hope is a successful offering can instill confidence in other companies to IPO, unlocking their value for investors and LPs. A poor showing could have the opposite effect, and with the chance to IPO this year quickly fading away, 2016 is shaping up to be one of the slowest for VC-backed offerings to date.
In the datagraphic below, we broke down Twilio's financing and valuation history, as well as key numbers for its IPO: