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MindFire's Moe Farsheed on the growth and recognition of the company

Published on February 12, 2010

Interviewer:  Hi, I’m Gail Nichol-Kailing,  Senior Editor at WhatTheyThink.com and I'm here today with Moe Farsheed, who is the President and CEO of Mind Fire.  Moe, I want to congratulate you on your tenth anniversary.

Moe Farsheed: Thank you very much.  It’s very exciting in these difficult times to be around 10 years. 

Interviewer:  Exactly.  Exactly.  And make it through the ten years.  But that’s not the only recognition that we’ve got to give you.  You’ve won an award recently.  The Inc. 500? 

Moe Farsheed:  Yes.  We were -- actually due to our customers, the success of our clients we were very excited to hear for the second year in a row that we were recipients of the Inc. 500, fastest growing companies.  And again, I can’t reiterate the importance our clients, that’s how we make our money, our client success is our success.

Interviewer:  Right.  Right.  Now award though really gives you credibility in the industry as well; doesn’t it?

Moe Farsheed:  I think that’s an important point, because we are in difficult times, financial times, and I think name recognition, making sure that you don’t make a mistake, getting it right the first time is critical to service providers, printers that are doing their best to thrive in this very difficult time.  And so I think the right name recognition, the fact that we have been able to grow is -- clients have been able to grow, it really gives us credibility that I think is required in this space.

Interviewer:            Absolutely.  Thank you. 

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