Roblox, the US gaming platform, has postponed its IPO plan until next year as it works with consultants to improve the interests of employees and investors, according to an internal memo. “We have seen many companies take innovative approaches to building a more market-based relationship between investors and businesses,” David baszucki, roblox’s chief executive, said in the memo on Friday Baszuki said the company hopes to go public early next year. The San Mateo, Calif. – based company has applied for a $1 billion IPO on the New York Stock Exchange and is expected to join the year-end IPO wave. < p > < p > roblox hopes to get a higher IPO price after seeing the stock prices of airbnb and doordash soar on the first day of listing, a person familiar with the matter said. It is believed that the IPO pricing of the latter two companies is too low and insufficient financing. The loan start-up was scheduled to start selling its shares to investors this week and go public in December, according to people familiar with the matter. But according to the latest plan, they won’t be able to IPO until January at the earliest. < p > < p > doordash raised $3.4 billion through its IPO, and its shares rose 92% on its first day of listing. Airbnb rose 142% on the day of its $3.5 billion IPO. < p > < p > according to people familiar with the matter, roblox proposed the idea of going public directly earlier this year, hoping to let existing investors sell their shares in this way, thus weakening the role of investment banks, but they eventually chose the IPO mode. Global Tech