Kids are notorious for leaving their sippy cups just sitting around anywhere. When they finally return for another swig, they are either met with a sweaty, dripping mess from condensation or a lukewarm drink that’s no longer appetizing. Then there is the frustration of warming a baby bottle to take along in the car only for it to be cold by the time baby needs it! Want to provide your customers with a happy solution to both of these problems? Give Bottle Freakers a try!
Young boys and girls love to enter the world of knights, princesses, heroes and villains. Even with the most active imaginations, every story is made more exciting when children can experience the fantasy coming to life in active, surprising and hands-on ways. The pop-up series of classic stories published by Simon and Schuster presents favorite tales in an engaging way that makes reading an adventure! With the upcoming release of the newest title in the collection — Beauty and the Beast — parents can build a keepsake library of children’s literature.
No Slippy Hair Clippy™, Inc. has filed a lawsuit against Almar Sales, Inc, a New York manufacturer and distributor of children’s accessories. In a court action dated June 15, 2010, the suit alleges infringement of No Slippy’s registered trademark Princess Bow®.
According to a statement by NSHC President Ramey Salyer, “No Slippy Hair Clippy invented the no-slip hair clip marketplace, and we take our intellectual property very seriously. We have been granted 19 registered trademarks in our category by the US Patent office, and we intend to defend them aggressively”.
Today is America Recycles Day, a nationally-recognized, annual celebration which promotes recycling programs and practices. Slowly but surely, the attention has paid off. In 2007, it was proven that the amount of waste disposed straight to landfills has decreased from 89% to 54% over the past 30 years! In honor of America Recycles Day, The Giggle Guide® is featuring terrific children’s products from Twirls & Twigs, Lisa Austin Design, and Nahui Ollin. These companies reuse a variety of materials to create purses, headbands, bracelets, wallets, dresses, shirts, and baby blankets and more!
Connect with buyers and showcase your products in the expanded Kids/Baby collection at the January 21–24, 2011 California Gift Show! The largest wholesale gift show on the West Coast is proud to bring you key retailers such as:
Society continues to move forward, and if businesses don’t follow the global lead, they will be left behind. The juvenile products industry, inch by inch, is going organic and placing Fair Trade practices squarely on its business radar. By supporting Fair Trade, organic, and eco-friendly transactions across the globe, both the environment and low income economies are given a fighting chance at sustainability and growth. Every day, more and more children’s businesses are becoming part of the Fair Trade phenomenon, including: noted*, mirasa design, One World Projects, and Maggie’s Functional Organics.
Believe it or not, Spring 2011 is right around the corner. Here at Attitude Pie we have been busy baking up our Delicious Popsicle Collection is the dreamiest ever!!
Be sure to check out the Hot Fiesta Collection which includes the Rumba Tutu Dresses, Cha Cha Skeggins sets, Salsa Pettiskirts Sets, and Our New Party Girl Pettis and Tango Dresses! We have been very busy baking up a storm for your customers and hope you find lots of goodies for your store!
Last summer, when my fair-skinned infant spent the bulk of her time lying about on blankets in the grass, I spent the bulk of my time searching for shade. Or, in the event none could be found, channeling my inner MacGyver in attempts to jerry-rig a small sun shelter using only a stroller and a burp cloth. If only the Tent in a Bag from Mommy Toolbox had been around then.
Smart, but sassy, Ju-Ju-Be fuses technology, style and attitude into the hottest bags on the market. With a focus on the current crop of hip new moms, teens, tweens and more, Ju-Ju-Be shows that bags can be intensely intelligent while still being fashionable and fun. The brand was founded after an exhaustive search showed that current competitive products always left ladies searching for a better blend of features. Some had style, some had function. Very few had both, and even the most functional brands missed out on the latest innovations in textile technology.
By Lauren Rollheiser - Thursday, November 11th 2010
Fair Trade is an organized social movement that focuses on exporting original goods from developing countries around the world to larger markets through fair treatment of producers. Quite often, the artisans are disabled, widowed, or ill. In many cases, income to these workers and their families is double the local average. In addition to providing individuals with the opportunity for a quality life, several Fair Trade companies donate to worldwide charities and orphanages. By purchasing Fair Trade products, consumers enjoy beautifully-crafted merchandise while making a real difference in the world!
As the primary trade show for independent retailers and manufacturers of juvenile products, ABC Kids Expo is growing as quickly as the children who use the products it showcases. With over 900 exhibitors, Expo’s October 2010 show in Las Vegas was testimony for the power of partnership that drove domestic and international attendance and fostered new business relationships. Among the numerous exhibitors whose innovative products intrigued The Giggle Guide® were Straw-Lution™, The Juno Company, Spuds, Inc., and ViveVita.
Four times a year, ENK Children’s Club in NYC features the best in children’s apparel and accessories. The Children’s Club show is a premier destination for both established and up-and-coming brands to present their newest products to retailers. During its October show last month, The Children’s Club included a fashion show sponsored by Vogue Bambini, hundreds of vendors and lots of business networking. fiveloaves twofish, ROCK ME!, Kai Bean, and PureLime Kids are a few of the fantastic brands that caught the attention of The Giggle Guide® editors.