I just returned from Chicago, where the American Business Awards were held at the Fairmont. MehtaFor picked up the bronze for Startup of the Year! In a room brimming with winners like YouTube and “small marketing campaign budgets” are considered below $3 million, that’s a rank we’re happy to take.
Although we didn’t take gold, here’s the acceptance speech that was at the ready:
“According to the Chief Editor of the Oxford English Dictionary, the English word with the most definitions is ‘run.’ We’re entrepreneurs. We run after our dreams—hard. We run our startups like everything’s riding on it—because it is. And, like Beyonce said, ‘Who run the world?’
I’d like to thank my clients, my writers and editors. Chintan for being my steadfast muse, whether he likes it or not. This is for all writers. For every English major who’s been asked one too many times, ‘What are you going to do with that degree?’ This is for all of us.”