But won't all this welcome corporate worthiness be knocked out of the company when the IPO comes along, asked ComputerworldUK.com?
Aggarwal is steadfast. "Getting a $100 listing might be easier when not having any ethos but we'd still prefer a $3 listing while keeping our ethos."
He added: "On the run up to the IPO we will not be promising potential shareholders the moon. We will tell them not to invest if they are not interested in trying to make the world a better place.
"To make the world a better place we have to become a bigger company."
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