Nursery Today magazine

CuddleCo Expands with Natwest Support

One of the UK’s fastest growing baby product companies, CuddleCo, a family-run company which designs, manufactures, and distributes baby products has expanded its facilities

The award winning brand has opened a new 3,000 square foot showroom in Manchester as part of its continuing business growth plans.

The significant developments will certainly be key in supporting the company’s recent activity launching the world first and already multi award winning Doona car seat with built in travel system, and the remarkable winner of the prestigious Kind and Jugend innovation award, the Greentom pushchair. 

The inception of CuddleCo began with a simple concept: to provide parents with a superior product for their children at an affordable price. At the heart of CuddleCo is an experienced team of British design professionals with more than 40 years’ experience in the design and manufacture of products specifically created for newborns and young children.

CuddleCo is part of the Klyne Group and is run by the vice-chairman of the British Baby Products Association Jonathan Feingold and Dubby Klyne.
Jonathan said: “We offer a growing range of innovative products for newborns and infants. We are committed to ensuring that our products continue to provide exceptional performance during those precious times shared by parent and child.”

CuddleCo has recently secured financing facilities from NatWest to support new product lines. The business worked with NatWest Director of Commercial Andrew Hazley and accountant Ian Sluckis from Freedman Frankl and Taylor to support this development

Commenting on the support from Natwest, Dubby Klyne said: “Natwest has been great to work with offering excellent support at every step of our growth.”
Andrew Hazley added: “We were delighted to support the team at CuddleCo on this latest project. It’s a fantastic family business and we wish them every success for the future.”
The new showroom was officially opened by NatWest Chairman of SME Banking Ian Cowie.


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