The stock market may be deteriorating now, but if given the chance to go back in time, Vicarious Surgical cofounder and CEO Adam Sachs would take his medical robotics company public all over again.
“The timing has to be right,” Sachs told Steven Bertoni, VP & Senior Editor of the Forbes CEO Network, at the Under 30 Summit on Monday in Detroit.
In agreement, Neil Parikh, cofounder of mattress startup Casper, added that while businesspeople have ultimate control at the onset of the company, many more players have a hand in the outcome of the IPO.
“When you’re trying to catch the right timing, you
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