Mega isn't even two months old, but Kim Dotcom is already thinking about taking it public. In a job posting seeking for a Chief Financial Officer for the young company, Mega revealed that it envisioned fast growth and possibly even an IPO within the next 18 months.
"Due to some aggressive growth plans, we require a full-time CFO capable of taking the company from just after initial setup, through rapid growth and to IPO within the next 18 months," the posting read
Mega has already hired a CEO to lead it, Dotcom isn't as involved in the day-to-day business as it would seem. If he is, he's doing it from behind the curtain.
Dotcom's style may not be to everyone's taste, but he's created a huge internet company before, one that got shut down by the US, and knows when to boast and when to let other people do the jobs they're best at. There's no reason to think he won't be capable of doing it again.