Can startups afford to be socially responsible?

In short, YES.

Today I read a post on Gigaom entitled “Can startups afford to be socially responsible?”. You should read the

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We must all be more responsible in business and in society generally.

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    4Avatars v0.3.1 v0.3.1  Sheetal Walsh said...

    Absolutely brilliant and right Paul – just get on with it instead of classifying :)