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AppNexus is a platform that allows for automated bidding and trading of online ads and is another company that looks likely to go public in 2017.
In November 2016, The Wall Street Journal reported AppNexus filed to go public, which could value the company between $1.5 and $2 billion.
A sandwich shop known for its organic sandwiches and coffee, Pret A Manger's owners, Bridgeport Advisers, could be looking to take it public this year, according to Bloomberg.
"As a committed shareholder in Pret, we are always exploring appropriate opportunities to ensure the future growth of the company," Bridgeport told CNBC, when asked about a potential offering. "If such opportunities materialize, we will update the market."
Pret saw U.S. sales rise 14% to $200 million in 2016.
One of New York City's largest real estate services unit, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank is slated to go public before the end of the year. BGC Partners CEO Howard Lutnick made the announcement last month at an investment conference, according to Reuters.
In February, BGC said it had confidentially submitted a proposed IPO on Newmark Grubb to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
CarGurus, an online car classified website, is also slated to go public later this year.
According to a report in Reuters, the company is looking to go public in the fourth-quarter of 2017, at a valuation of more than $1 billion.
CarGurus is similar to Yelp or TripAdvisor in that customers post reviews of their online car shopping experience. It generates revenue from the car dealerships who post their inventory on the company's website, posting everything from cars to sport utility vehicles to pickup trucks.