Smafolk Danish design
Smafolk is a Danish company so called because it is an old Scandinavian name that means ‘little people’ and is established since 2005. The company design and produce clothing, accessories and toys for babies and small children. Their ranges are changed every quarter but are designed to be mixed and matched. The company uses the best quality materials with 85% Ecotex certified. They export to 22 different countries and over 600 stores.
Leander Children furniture
Leander is a Danish furniture manufacturer designing furniture for children. But it is not just about designing furniture. It is about creating furniture that makes a positive difference and that encourages play, movement and creativity. Furniture created to enhance development and makes life with children a little easier.
The bonnie mob British Design
The bonnie mob is a british company for designer clothing. They are a familiy company, started back in 2005 following the philosophy to design modern, colourful & distinctive baby-knits with the expectation that you should ‘Buy once, buy well, pass it on’. The bonnie mob represents the fearless and the fun-loving. The spirit of freedom and the wildness of childhood. For the den builders, the wildlife hunters, the felt-tip masterpiece makers…
Carriwell For your growing needs
Carriwell is a company that has been designing and developing comfortable and supportive underwear for both expectant and nursing mothers since 1996. It has always been our undertaking to enhance the breast feeding experience wherever they may be. Carriwell offers a wide range of under garments as well as leisure and swimwear.
Contour Ergonomic solutions
Contour is a market leading American based company established in 1995 specialising in research, development and design of ergonomic mouse solutions. It produces the Rollermouse, Unimouse and Contourmouse. Since 2013 it also has its main European base situated in Ballerup, Denmark. From here products are imported and then marketed through subsidiary agreements in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and the UK. They also have distribution agreements in Germany, Austria, France, Switzerland and the Netherlands.