The CEO of a $600 Million Startup Blasted Silicon Valley's Culture of Delaying IPOs, likening it to a College Victory Lap Paid for by VCs
- Better.com CEO Vishal Garg told Business Insider he'd like his rapidly growing mortgage-tech company, which just closed its Series C, to tap the public markets in two to three years.
- He criticized the trend among startups of delaying an IPO in favor of basking in the private markets, likening it to a college victory lap that stunts maturation.
- "It'd be kind of like staying in college six years rather than four years. It's a lot more fun. Nobody's watching...