Nursery Today magazine

July issue available to read online

The July digital issue of Nursery Today is ready to read online.

Welcome to the July digital edition of Nursery Today, where we feature baby bedding/sleep bags, bottles/sterilising products and highchairs.

When visiting trade shows and speaking to visitors, it has always been apparent that baby bedding is a product category that is high on retailers shopping lists but has sometimes been a little difficult to find ranges that meet their particular needs - however, that has definitely changed with companies offering a much vaster array of choice, whether it be co-ordinated bedding sets, sleep bags or bedding that keeps in line with current trends we have notably seen an increase in the options that are now available.

Our FanFinders mini survey this month also illustrates that parents are now looking more closely at the type of materials used in the production of baby bedding with more than 77 percent of those surveyed taking fabric into consideration. Does this represent perhaps a growing trend toward alternative fabrics, for example, bamboo or organic cotton?

Take a look at our feature starting on page 20 where we highlight products that are available now to order.

Talking of baby bedding and sleep bags, our cover this month features The Gro Company who were responsible for introducing baby sleep bags to the UK market back in 2000. This company has continued to grow with a heavy focus on providing innovative products that offer a solid solution to everyday problems during the varying developmental stages of babies and young infants. 

To find out more about this company and to get a glimpse of their latest product launches, turn to page 12.

Our regular contributors continue to bring you articles of interest with John Barker, Pramland talking car seats - a hot topic for many independent retailers, while Nick Richardson, CEO of The Insights People running us through the importance of not just targeting mum and dad.

Ross Hewitt looks at how the arrival of GDPR and IGTV has effected businesses and David Fairhurst guide us through how to create online content that kicks!

Click HERE to read.

Happy reading.

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