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Business Insider'Cameras augment the way that we talk' — here's what Snapchat is telling investors

'Cameras augment the way that we talk' — here's what Snapchat is telling investors

Snapchat parent company Snap Inc. just released its roadshow materials, including a 35-minute video, providing an important look into how the company sees itself — and how it will pitch itself to investors.

Snap is planning to go public on March 1 and seeking a valuation of $22..

Reported by Business Insider • Friday, February 17, 2017

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