16 Coveted Private Companies That Everyone Aims to be a Part of


Are you looking to join an elite, exclusive list of only the most prestigious private companies in the world?

We have compiled a comprehensive list of some of the most coveted and successful companies out there, sixteen organizations that everyone, from entry-level employees to seasoned CEOs, aims to be part of.

Embark on a journey with us as we explore what these profitable enterprises have achieved and how exactly they attained their esteemed status.

Get ready for an inside look at some truly remarkable organizations!

1. Clean Bathrooms, Ahoy!

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This idea is slightly off the beaten path, but several users supported this potential IPO. This individual spelled out the lure of this travel center/gas station/store by exclaiming, “Buc-cees! Bucce’s bathrooms are a solid A.”

Another responded, “I visited the one in TX for gas and went into the one in Florida, and wow, was it bustling!”

2. Mars

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You might not be familiar with the name Mars, but you most likely do know the names  Twix, M&M’s, Skittles, Milky Way, and Snickers.

This candy maker is a staple in most households and there are no signs of this company slowing down.

3. What Is The Answer?

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A very confident commenter said, “Cargill is the top answer. They’re the largest private company in the world. They make all your food for other companies. Cargill is well-positioned in many markets, sectors, and industries around the globe.”

4. What Is A Hamburger All About?

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In-N-Out is a legitimate phenomenon even with its minimal menu.

An In-N-Out superfan said, “Their food quality and service are consistent and excellent for the price! I would hate for them to go public because the focus on shareholder returns ruins good products.”

5. The Wawa Love Is Real

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This convenience store and gas station have many devotees. While some insist that Wawa may have a different quality, there is still a solid support base for the brand, especially an IPO.

One Wawa lover said, “I remember the good old Wawa days when I was a poor college kid. Wawa was a Godsend back then for late-night snacks or food.

I have to say that Wawa’s quality dropped off drastically since then, resembling ‘slop and mush,’ and their hoagies are so sucky lately. My opinions aside, investing in is probably not bad if you never knew the ‘old Wawa quality.’”

Another said, “Came here for this. They can cover operating expenses almost exclusively from daily coffee sales.”

6. Rental Cars

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Almost everyone who travels needs a rental car, and the biggest rental car company out there is private.

Enterprise also owns National Care Rental and Alamo Rent-A-Car, making it a powerhouse in the industry.

7. Furniture Rite of Passage

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At some point in your life, you will either buy or have a piece of furniture made by IKEA.

The Swedish company is well known for their furniture you assemble at home, along with the meatballs they sell.

In recent years, the quality of items they sell has increased, making it not only a furniture store for those just starting out, but everyone.

8. Everyone Loves Lego

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They are the world’s largest and most valuable toy company and have the kids’ toys market cornered by market share. Combine all of the top 15 toy manufacturing companies worldwide, and it’s not even half of Lego’s market share.

Simply put, they have a solid, impenetrable monopoly over brick toys, with millions and millions of loyal hardcore fans eager to spend their monthly wages on them.

Imagine all of those kids growing up playing Lego and the adults, with disposable income, who used to play with Lego also get back into Lego. It’s insane how much-grown adults are willing to spend on plastic bricks.

9. More Companies From Germany

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BOSCH Global was founded in 1886 and is still going strong. It’s a German engineering and technology company that is multinational in its business.

A contributor didn’t hesitate to state their desire to buy into BOSCH and stated, “Nearly every critical component in your car is from BOSCH. So yeah, I have to agree.” when responding to a fellow poster who suggested BOSCH too.

10. Where There’s Always A Line At The Drive Thru

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As restaurants go, only a few are as popular as the next suggestion.

One person was gung ho and said, “Chick-fil-A. Never seen one without a line out of the drive-thru and down the road, And the line stays moving. That’s what’s insane. People see a line out the door anywhere else and leave because it’s a 30-minute wait.”

11. Another Grocery Company On The List

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The next one on this list is two grocery chains owned by two branches of the same taciturn German company. As an individual noted, “Aldi Süd and Aldi Nord. The Nord split owns Trader Joe’s, while Süd owns the Aldi shops in the USA.

Then there’s also a cultural thing on why so many German companies are private, which I fail to understand fully, and the Aldi family is also highly secretive.”

12. Cargill

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Cargill has been around since the Civil War and is a powerhouse in the food space.

Not only do they produce food, they also agricultural and industrial supplies, like fertilizer, livestock feed, corn syrup, and other fillers.

13. Epic Games

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This gaming giant creates and publishes interactive games for smartphones, consoles, PCs, and VR headsets.

From their ever-popular Fortnite to the online virtual world Roblox, Epic Games is an industry leader in immersive digital experiences.

14. A Great Grocery Store

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More companies with food are on this list than any other company, and the next one is no different. Grocery store Wegman’s is a most wanted IPO. A Wegman’s fan said, The first time I walked into a Wegman’s, many, many years ago, 2005 maybe, I was so impressed that I went home and looked them up on the internet, thinking I’d buy stock in them and saw they were private.”

A different person opined, “As someone coming from an area without Wegman’s to spending some time where it all got started, it’s certainly a well-run establishment. People generally enjoy it there and enjoy working there. They blow everyone else out of the water.”

15. Cookie!

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One of the very first suggestions came from the originator of the thread. They were very interested in this company and stated, “Crumbl Cookie is a top-tier restaurant/food service establishment with an almost cult-like following and always busy. It has excellent products and services.

I would be curious to see the books from the company, but I imagine it would be a home run if they were to IPO. What other companies would you invest in that are not publicly traded?”

16. UiPath

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Based in New York City, this robotic process automation (RPA) company develops software that helps businesses automate manual, repetitive tasks quickly and easily.

UiPath is already being used by global companies such as Microsoft and Accenture to replace tedious processes with automated solutions.

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