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July 22, 2013

Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award Winner

“We are proud and excited to announce this year’s Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 honorees,” said Gordon Prouty, […]

“We are proud and excited to announce this year’s Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 honorees,” said Gordon Prouty, Business Journal publisher. “This year’s class joins the 560 past winners who have been recognized for their outstanding achievements in both career and community. They represent a diverse group of industries and background and demonstrate the innovation, energy and commitment that has made our region great, and will continue to make our region great moving forward.”

The independent panel of judges reviewed lengthy applications completed by the candidates. Through those applications, the candidates shared their accomplishments, leadership philosophies and business challenges. They also explained how they as entrepreneurs — or people inside their firms with entrepreneurial spirit — have taken their companies to new heights.

These individuals represent companies throughout the Puget Sound area of all sizes and a number of industries — technology, health care, financial management, public relations, the nonprofit community and more.

The Business Journal will profile each of these individuals in a special report within the Sept. 13 print edition and will congratulate them in person at a public award ceremony at Showbox Sodo on Sept. 19.

 

The Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 Class of 2013:

Nicole Bates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Martin Benning, Swedish Medical Group

Joanna Boisen, Foster Pepper

Hillary Carey, Camp Korey

Aaron Easterly, Rover.com

Sen. Joe Fain, Washington State Senate

Mike Fridgen, Decide Inc.

John Gabbert, PitchBook Data Inc.

Luke Hartsock, Decisive Data

Jordan Insley, Quick Ship Brands

Scott Jacobson, Madrona Venture Group

Anne Marie Kessler, Paracle Advisors

Petros Koumantaros, Spectrum Pension Consultants Inc.

Nathan Kundtz, Kymeta Corp.

 

Read more at the Puget Sound Business Journal

About Kymeta

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If it moves, Kymeta keeps it connected.

For more information, visit kymetacorp.com and KALO.net.

Business Inquiries for Kymeta
Sam Christensen Marketing Kymeta
+1 425.658.8703
Media Inquiries for Kymeta
Melanie McBride Vice President, Content and PR The Summit Group
+1 801.990.8464