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Instructure Goes Public

Today, Instructure became a public company (we’re INST on the NYSE).

So what does that mean exactly?  Well, it really just means that instead of having a handful of venture firms and employees own stock it now means that a whole bunch of new people (“the public”) also own stock in us.  It also means that we disclose financial information every quarter that we didn’t used to disclose.  Aside from that, it’s business as usual.

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