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!
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!
Clipettes™ are fully lined grosgrain hair clips, and feature No Slippy’s trademark “non-slip clip®” design, to hold the wispiest hair securely without damaging it. And to make them completely irresistible, Clipettes™ bows range from $4.95-$5.95 (USD) suggested retail price. Clipettes™ - cuter than ever, and hair to stay!
We get tickled pink whenever we hear news about moms everywhere loving No Slippy Hair Clippy. We are so honored that moms have chosen to make our hair accessories a part of their lives!
But what makes us feel extra special is when families celebrate important occasions with our hair clips. Just like little Josselyn, daughter of TV personality Samantha Harris, who celebrated her third birthday recently.
Celebrity Baby Blog reports that Samantha and Josselyn hosted a fun birthday bash where guests received lots of awesome gift bags that include No Slippy Hair Clippy!
By The Giggle Guide - Wednesday, October 27th 2010
In January, Bobux, the children’s shoe brand, celebrates its twentieth anniversary! Designers and parents Chris and Colleen Bennett invented the original pre-walker shoe in New Zealand to help their own child. Before Bobux, retailers and parents were largely not aware of the benefits of footwear for babies. Pre-walker shoes has become a growing product category worldwide, with many competitive brands touting their features and fashions. Bobux gives The Giggle Guide® a “Behind The Brand” look at its company, from its first baby steps to the great strides it has taken in its product expansion and marketing to families around the world. We, of course, especially love the latest Bobux brand slogan: “Giggle & Grow… Naturally!”
Annie Salyer of No Slippy Hair Clippy talks to The Giggle Guide® about some fantastic new products in their lineup including Mini Clips, Interchangeable Headbands, grosgrain Clipettes™, and Baby’s First Gift Packs.
Bugalug, a fashionable and functional accessories brand, began when Sundi Hoffman scratched her head wondering how she could solve a problem her friend was having with her newborn’s hair clips. Born from necessity, Bugalug now offers hair accessories, pony loops, adjustable head bands, boys’ cool cuffs, and soother savers pacifier clips. Sundi candidly shares her story, including the inspiration, perspiration and celebration of Bugalug’s success.
A city of slots and sequins, Las Vegas is not normally associated with babies, but next week the dancers better step aside; the diaper crowd is moving in! One of Trade Show Week’s 200 largest shows, ABC (All Baby & Child) Kids Expo 2010 requires no poker face — every single exhibitor will have traveled to Nevada with a simple intention: to lay their cards on the table and wait for someone, in a manner of speaking, to play. The Giggle Guide® has the skinny on bare2britches™, Mayron’s Goods®, Cool Gel ‘n Cap™, and The Little Acorn™; terrific brands who make success look as easy as ABC!