Don’t miss out on the latest edition of Nursery Today! Packed with pages of news, views and hot products, where we showcase our first ‘flip cover’ introducing our Eco Section.

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IN OUR FEATURES SECTION: we showcase Compact Folds (page 16), Infant Carriers (page 30), Nightlights (page 36), Bedside Cribs (page 40), Made For Mums 2024 Awards (Page 46) and Sun, Sand & Sea (page 56).

Millie & Ralph

IN OUR RETAIL SECTION: Nursery Today this month had the pleasure to catch up with Charlotte Arscott, co-founder of Millie & Ralph.

COVER STORY: Turn to our Cover Story to find out everything you need to know about Ergobaby’s exclusive range of baby carriers and wraps.

PLUS: Nursery Today’s regular columnists. Pramland’s John Barker is feeling positive this month as the Cost of Living starts to ease with business starting to pick up once more with his customers loosening their ‘purse strings’, while Online4baby’s Managing Director, Christy Foster is looking towards Q2 and the changes ahead as they unlock key developments and marketing projects.

Ergobaby

SPECIAL – ECO SECTION: This month Nursery Today features a flip cover featuring our Eco Section where you will find products covering wheeled goods, furniture, car seats, infant carriers/slings through to toys – with Baby Jogger being our Cover Star introducing their new City Tour 2 Eco.

We also catch up with Natural Baby Shower’s Co-founder Victoria Hampson to gain insight into the ethical mindset of the business, and Ergobaby’s UK & Ireland’s Key Account Manager Claire Morris to gain a further understanding into how the business is currently protecting future generations.

FanFinders CCO and co-founder Adam Gillett takes a look at how today’s parents view brands that prioritise the planet and we had the privilege of chatting with Mimi Montgomery-Tibber, the founder behind The Organic & Sustainable Awards – a pioneering awards initiative in the baby industry.

RETAILERS AND SUPPLIERS: if you have news or views that you would like considered for inclusion in the next issue, please email Editor Penny Franks at penny@lemapublishing.co.uk

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