gDiapers founder named to Fortune list
By Christina Williams
Editor, Sustainable Business Oregon
Kim Graham-Nye was recognized by Fortune magazine as one of 10 up-and-coming female entrepreneurs.
The co-founder of sustainable diaper company gDiapers was named to Fortune magazine's list of most promising women entrepreneurs.
Kim Graham-Nye, who came to Portland in 2005 with her husband, Jason Graham-Nye, to start gDiapers, was named one of 10 entrepreneurs singled out for their potential.
"From a pool of 131 applicants, we've selected (not easily) 10 extraordinary innovators, game-changers and groundbreakers whose startups generated $1 million to $25 million in annual revenue last year — but appear poised to become large and global businesses," wrote the Fortune editors.
Graham-Nye will join the magazine's Most Powerful Women Summit in October.
gDiapers are 100 percent biodegradable — they can be composted, tossed or flushed — and the brand also offers a cloth-diaper version.
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