Going public refers to the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of a private company. Through this, they become a publicly-traded and owned entity. This is usually done to raise capital so that a company can expand through investing in things such as future acquisitions or operations. In addition to the above, going public also increases the company image and publicity.
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