iiMedia Research(艾媒咨询)数据显示，2019年共27家大众消费企业首次公开募股，其中44.4%为食品饮料行业企业。这些企业中有13家沪深股上市，14家境外上市。中国大众消费企业中沪深股上市的占比达56%，退市情况相较境外市场保持稳定。市值排名top10的中国大众消费企业中8家来自食品饮料行业，而2018-2019市值涨幅top10的中国大众消费企业7家来自服装行业。艾媒咨询师认为，大众消费企业中食品饮料领域的巨头公司仍保持竞争优势，服装行业较其他行业具有更多的上市空间。2019年大众消费企业在沪深股和港股退市数目增加，部分大众消费企业面临着库存、门店、获客等多方面的问题， 大众消费企业需要对产品和服务及时进行创新和升级，才能更好地应对新产品、新零售的挑战。
As the data of iiMedia Research showed, there are 27 IPOs of mass-marketed companies in 2019, of which 44.4% are food and beverage companies. 13 of them are listed in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks market, and 14 are listed overseas. Among the mass-marketed companies in China, the listing of Shanghai and Shenzhen shares accounted for 56%, and the delisting situation remained stable compared to the overseas market. 8 of the Top 10 Chinese consumer companies by market capitalization are from the food and beverage industry, and 7 of the Top 10 Chinese mass-marketed companies by market capitalization of 2018-2019 are from the apparel industry. Analyst from iiMedia Research believes that, the giant companies in the food and beverage sector of mass-marketed companies still maintain competitive advantages, and the apparel industry has more listing space than other industries. In 2019, the number of delisting enterprises from Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks and Hong Kong stocks will increase. Some mass-marketed companies face problems such as inventory, stores, and customer acquisition. Mass-marketed companies need to innovate and upgrade their products and services in time to meet the challenges of new products and new retail.
After a sluggish 2016, the global technology IPO market rebounded in 2017 against the backdrop of a stable economy, strong performance of capital markets, and decreasing market volatility in many regions. The total proceeds reached US$25.1 billion with the number of IPOs reaching 100. The Asian market continued to dominate, contributing 65% of the total listings for the year. The China IPO market outpaced the United States with the number of listings; however, a lack of a mega IPO in China left that market unable to match the proceeding of total US IPOs.