Headspace plans to be cash-flow positive in the first quarter of 2024
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SAN FRANCISCO — Despite a $3 billion valuation, a Series E round under its belt and plans to be profitable, mental health startup Headspace says it isn’t planning to make the leap to go public just yet.
Instead, the company is looking to become cash-flow positive in the first quarter of this year, CEO Russell Glass told Endpoints News in a conversation at Headspace’s San Francisco office.
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