Hey, we didn't ask you, you asked us, because you're here.
Jason Marsh here: and here's a story. We started the company at a weekend retreat in San Francisco at an AirBNB. I remember the evening of the first day, when one of the potential founders turned to Jason and said: "You don't seem like a CEO." My response was pretty quick: there is only one definition of a leader: "Did people show up and get involved? People are what makes a leader, not the other way 'round."
This idea - the idea that we can change the world by changing how we communicate around data - it feels like people over the years have been begging us for aspects of it. All of those people, some of which are customers, have defined Flow, and now you're part of it. We didn't ask you - sorry not sorry - you showed up.
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