As CNBC previously reported, CEO Mark Zuckeberg will ring in the Nasdaq opening bell remotely from its Menlo Park headquarters, according to these people.
While most of the IPO festivities will take place on the West coast, the company will still have a small presence in New York City, according to these people, which will include some high-level executives.
The company is also planning an internal event for employees which will be “unique to its culture” one of these people said.
Facebook is set to begin trading on the Nasdaq under ticker “FB” on Friday, in a deal that could value the company as high as $96 billion. CNBC has previously reported that the company is eyeing a higher price range than previously filed.
Facebook declined to comment on its listing plans.