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aden + anais bags Fast 50 award from Crain's NY Business
06
Nov '13
aden + anais, a leader in the baby industry known for its 100 percent breathable cotton muslin collections, mum + bub skin care line and so much more, announces its recognition by Crain's New York Business in this year’s Fast 50 list. aden + anais has been ranked #14 among the honorees.

The Fast 50 feature highlights New York’s most successful and innovative companies for their growth, strategies, and success. Winners were ranked by revenue growth for three consecutive years and had to maintain a minimum of $10 million in revenue for 2012. aden + anais was recognized for a 651% growth rate and a reported revenue of $29.9 million for 2012.

“Ranking in the top 20 and earning the 14th spot on Crain’s Fast 50 List is a great achievement for our company,” says brand co-founder and CEO, Raegan Moya-Jones. “It is an honor to be recognized by Crain’s New York Business.”

About aden + anais

Since 2006, aden + anais has brought the Australian legacy of cotton muslin to the forefront of modern baby care, offering signature products that combine comfort and safety with style and affordable prices. The award-winning collection includes a full range of multi-purpose swaddles, burpy bibs, dream blankets security blankets, sleeping bags, nursery bedding, bath & body products, and an electronic feeding and sleep system — the serenity star.

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