Congratulations once again to Megan for being named a finalist for the 2010 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Megan is named in the category “Best Entrepreneur – Non-Services Businesses – up to 100 Employees.”
You’d think we would become jaded – after all, this is the fourth nomination for Megan and/or Sew What? (we won the Stevie Award for “Most Innovative Company of the Year” in 2007), but the truth is, it is always exciting to be recognized. It shows that we aren’t becoming complacent, but are continuing to strive to improve the quality of our service and our product.
I think that is a key thing for small businesses to remember – no matter how successful you are, it is so important to always be searching for ways to build on that success. With this world constantly changing, in terms of technology, economic conditions, and more, it’s important to realize that what makes a company successful one year may not work five years later.
I am proud that Megan, Adam, and the entire team here at Sew What? Inc. is consistently thinking, “How can we offer our clients a more unique, better quality product? How can we make their experience with us more efficient, more helpful, and more creative?.” It’s nice to know that organizations such as the Stevie Awards recognize those efforts.