Get in Touch

baby

Comotomo, the leading silicon baby bottle in the US, has chosen Babyville at Clareville to handle its UK launch

by on March 25, 2015

Comotomo, the leading silicon baby bottle in the US, has chosen Babyville at Clareville to handle its UK launch following a competitive pitch.

The PR brief includes securing key influencer endorsements, traditional on and off line proactive press office activity and campaigns strategically designed to reassure first time parents of the quality of the brand’s medical grade silicon bottles and teethers.

Babyville at Clareville will communicate these messages via multi channel media relations activity.

[more…]

Video / “What’s this? – The numbers, they keep getting bigger and bigger”

by on October 7, 2014

I want to challenge you about this new video. Halfway through please pause the video. Then - can you guess the ending – the punch line?  Here are some important clues

[more…]

Becoming a mum puts women in the driving set

by on August 29, 2012

New research released today by BabyCentre, the world’s number one pregnancy and parenting website, has found that over two-thirds of women (68%) change their purchase criteria for everything they buy once they become a mum and seven out of 10 women said this new approach to purchasing also influences what kind of cars they buy.

BabyCentre's Mummy Shopper Report, which polled 1,000 women before and after they had a child reveals that expecting a baby is a key trigger for car purchases with over two-thirds (67%) of new mums saying they would buy a car to accommodate their expanding family.

[more…]

Mummy shoppers rule the roost

by on August 14, 2012

New research released today by BabyCentre, the world’s number one pregnancy and parenting website, has found that becoming a mum triggers a fundamental change in how women shop, causing them to alter their fashion style, clothing choices and personal care routine as they completely overhaul their purchase criteria.

BabyCentre's Mummy Shopper Report, which polled 1,000 women before and after they had a child reveals not only that over two-thirds of women (68%) change their purchase criteria for everything they buy once baby arrives – including clothing (78%), beauty (42%) and the family car (70%), but that 80% of all household shopping decisions are made by mum.

[more…]