100% Woman Owned Tiny Tags’ CEO and Founder, Melissa Clayton, Earns Semifinalist Nomination for the EY Entrepreneur of The Year 2018 New England Regional Award 100% Woman Owned Tiny Tags’ CEO and Founder, Melissa Clayton, Earns Semifinalist Nomination for the EY Entrepreneur of The Year 2018 New England Regional Award
Tiny Tags, an online store that designs and creates fine, personalized jewelry for mothers, announced that CEO and Founder, Melissa Clayton... 100% Woman Owned Tiny Tags’ CEO and Founder, Melissa Clayton, Earns Semifinalist Nomination for the EY Entrepreneur of The Year 2018 New England Regional Award

Tiny Tags, an online store that designs and creates fine, personalized jewelry for mothers, announced that CEO and Founder, Melissa Clayton has been selected as a semi-finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018 New England Regional Awards program. Tiny Tags has experienced tremendous growth and has gained a reputation as a one of the finest online stores designing and creating personalized jewelry for mothers. Tiny Tags has been featured in People, Glamour, PeopleStyleWatch to name a few and is a favorite among celebrity moms like Selma Blair, Tiffani Thiessen, Nicole Phelps and even Meryl Streep has been spotted wearing her 14k gold Tiny Tags circle pendant. Tiny Tags simple, classic designs are all laser engraved with a child’s name and/or birthday are available in 14k gold, sterling silver and gold plated.

Now celebrating its 32nd year, the Ernst & Young awards program recognizes entrepreneurs in over 145 cities and 60 countries who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their business and communities.

“I am thrilled and honored to have been selected as a semi-finalist for this award,” said Melissa Clayton, Founder and CEO. “I share this with our amazing Tiny Tags team and our community of moms. Our customers have been our biggest fans. We are always humbled and honored that our customers come to us to celebrate and sadly sometimes to honor their children. Each and every Tiny Tags has a story. Stories of love, stories of inspiration, and sometimes stories of incredible loss. I believe it’s through our stories that we connect with one another.”

Clayton was selected as a semifinalist by a panel of independent judges.

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