Next Big was founded in 2012 by brothers Jake and Jeff Phoenix, and they’re building their own startup.
They’re betting that people will flock to the platform, as a whole.
“We are excited to be taking our IPO on July 11, and will continue to grow as we expand our product and reach out to the entire tech community,” they wrote in a statement to Business Insider.
“We are looking forward to the new challenges ahead, including a growing marketplace, growing user base, and more innovative products and services to come.”
The company has already raised over $1 million, and has had over 20 million downloads.
The company says it has over 2,000 employees and more than 4 million monthly active users.
The Phoenix brothers started Next Big in June of this year, and have a vision for the company to reach 1 billion users in 2020.
“This IPO has been a great journey for us and we are excited about the future of Next Big,” Jake Phoenix wrote in the IPO filing.
“With this opportunity, we can help the next generation of entrepreneurs and investors.
The Next Big team is committed to working with our partners to grow the company, and to providing innovative solutions that enable the people who rely on Next Big to succeed.”
Next Big is building an online platform for people to find out about companies they’re interested in and find out more about them, and then make an offer to buy.
The platform uses the same algorithm that Uber uses to determine if a driver is trustworthy, and uses it to help people find the right driver.
It also uses that same algorithm to determine the price of a company and help people choose the best price to buy from.
You can also reach out on Twitter at @NextBig or @PhoenixAreaCode.