Innovation Awards

How Diaper Rash Drove Innovation and New Product Award

Posted by Michael Gallagher on Fri, Feb 04, 2011 @ 03:11 PM

Tereson DupuyIf the Stevie Awards gave awards for best-named product of the year, “FuzziBunz” would be the winner hands down.  Instead, our judges named a new, one-size version of the patented FuzziBunz® pocket diaper Best New Product of the Year in the 2010 Stevie Awards for Women in Business.

Now referred to as the Mother of the Modern Cloth Diaper, Tereson Dupuy, CEO of Mother of Eden, invented FuzziBunz cloth diapers after her son suffered from chronic diaper rash; prior to her invention, nothing helped.  This determined mother founded a company to produce her patented cloth diapers and it is now a multi-million dollar industry.

Tereson has been featured in national newspapers and television, and is also a popular motivational speaker.  She is available to speak on the topics of women in business; accidental entrepreneurship (how Tereson created a product to solve a personal dilemma, and ended up with a highly successful company); and, of course, anything related to cloth diapers.

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