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Right, so massively slowing revenue growth.

Do you think companies such as Sonim go deliberately go public after huge increases in revenue, in this case essentially a one-off growth spurt, in the hope that they can get a huge pop from the public? Am I being naive pointing this out? Because, of course they do! is the answer I guess. They want to sell their shares at the highest possible price in order to get more funds to fuel more growth.

It clearly didn't work in Sonim's case.
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