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aden + anais founder named to E&Y winning women list
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Nov '13
aden + anais announced that Raegan Moya-Jones, Founder and CEO of the global baby care and lifestyle brand, has been named to the 2103 Class of EY’s Entrepreneurial Winning Women. She joins 11 other high-potential women entrepreneurs from the US and Canada for this exclusive leadership program, which is designed by EY to connect winners with the advisors, resources, and insights needed to scale their companies’ growth.

Moya-Jones founded aden + anais in 2006 with its signature 100 percent cotton muslin products for babies. The company has since expanded to include a wide range of muslin, bath & body, electronics and organic lifestyle collections for babies, adults, and families. “It is an immense honor to have been chosen to join this group of elite female entrepreneurs and be mentored by EY to further grow the business,” says Moya-Jones. “The relationships, resources, and knowledge EY offers in this program are truly invaluable.”

The 2013 winners were selected by a panel of independent judges of business leaders and entrepreneurs including Cynthia Cohen, Founder and CEO of Strategic Mindshare, Mike Cohen, Managing General Partner of VG Partners, Laurie Cunnington, President of Ward Williston Oil Company, Leslie Firtell, CEO of Tower Legal Solutions, and Harold Mills, CEO of Zero Chaos. This year’s class collectively employs almost 400 people and has annual sales totaling nearly $150 million.

Launched in 2008, EY’s Entrepreneurial Winning Women offers one of the most highly coveted leadership programs available to women entrepreneurs. This national competition and executive leadership program identifies a select group of high-potential women entrepreneurs whose businesses show real potential to scale — and then helps them do it.

Results show that the program is spurring rapid growth. According to an independent impact assessment directed by the Babson College Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership, revenues of program participants' companies have grown almost 50% each year on average, with a corresponding 25% average annual growth in the number of jobs.

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