Crimson wins red herring top 100 asia award
Crimson (Enago) was awarded the Red Herring Top 100 companies in the Asia-Pacific region for 2010 on 16th November 2010 in Shanghai, China. Crimson (Enago) was the only academic editing company that made it to the top 100. Hundreds of founders and CEOs of technology innovation companies were invited. Crimson was represented by its CEO Sharad Mittal, who presented the winning strategy.
The culture of innovation at Crimson has been rewarded through this recognition. Crimson is recognized as the industry mover in academic editing. This coveted distinction was awarded following a rigorous evaluation by a panel that comprised, among others, venture capitalists and serial entrepreneurs. Crimson outperformed competition in the academic editing industry by virtue of being the first to initiate several novel systems and processes. This recognition puts Crimson (andEnago) in the exalted company of Google, Yahoo and YouTube, which have been accorded similar recognition in the past. Read more on our blog.