Today, PlanToys has branched out to Asia, America, Europe and Australia – bringing optimism, creativity and a passion for sustainability to communities all over. The fusion of these three things is also known as our “Sustainable Way,” which further includes our use of sustainable materials, manufacturing methods and mindset.
We’re Georganics. We make safe, effective oral care products that are good for people and for the planet.
Back in 1994 we had a crazy idea, to make nappies with plant based and compostable materials.
Now we are the leading ECO brand globally! We focus on compostable products that go back to soil.
Sofiyia (the founder) started to build her own brand with the goal of bringing better and higher quality toys to kids all around the world. Then the Classic World was established and has been inspiring children and families worldwide ever since.
Frugi was born. Or rather, ’Cut4cloth’ was born, as that was our name back then. Frugi started life as a ‘Eureka’ moment when founders Lucy and Kurt struggled to find clothing to fit over their son’s cloth-nappied bum.
We’re on a mission to show the world that beautiful children’s clothing can be fun AND ethically sourced.
We make feel good clothes for little adventurers aged 0 to 13 years.
Inspired by the world around us, including our amazing Dorset surroundings, we create our designs with original and thoughtful details, and then we make them to the highest quality and environmental standards. Our clothes are stylish, built to last, and they’re planet-friendly too.
In an ever changing world, we like to hang on to a few fundamental values. We love to design and to create beautiful collections for small people. But we also care out where our cotton comes from, who makes our clothes, who sells them and who wears them.
Back in 2005 Little Green Radicals began with the simple idea of making beautiful children's clothing. But for our founder Nick, nothing is truly beautiful unless it is made the right way. From the beginning our clothes have always been organic and Fairtrade. We are energised by a desire to improve what we make, the way we treat the people who make it and our impact on the environment. Our ambition remains for Little Green Radicals to blaze a trail for an ethical fashion revolution.
We're the UK’s best and brightest organic childrenswear company, specialising in fun appliques and timeless designs that can be worn again and again.
From baby bodies, dribble bibs and knot hats to sleepsuits, dungarees and party dresses, every design is mindful of practicality and comfort. Whether it’s colourful easy poppers, adjustable shoulder straps or super soft reversible fabric, they’ll keep little ones happy and be your go-to outfits again and again.
QUALITY AND FUN CHILDRENSWEAR
Our organic clothes are instantly recognisable: whether it’s our signature stripes or soft, fun character appliques that tell a story for curious little imaginations, they’re bound to raise a smile on faces of kids and grown-ups everywhere.
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Here at Sass & Belle, we lovingly design all kinds of wonderful products at perfect prices for you and your customer's pocket. We’re all about the joy of home sprucing and the love in gift-giving, adding a dash of happy and a sprinkle of smiles to each and every one of our collections.
From juggling balls to gifts & homeware
It all sparked in 1998 when our founder, Richard Stone, caught the retail bug. Back from working in Bombay and carrying one thousand homemade juggling balls, he ventured to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and sold every single one. Inspired by this success, the business RJB Stone was born.
I'm an Illustrator, Designer, Wedding Stationer, flower enthusiast, and the one-woman-show behind Wildwood Paper. I design wedding stationery, both customisable and fully bespoke, and also have an ever-growing shop of botanical printed goods and list of wholesalers stocking my cards & prints.
I've always loved plants and nature, and after a lot of fun (and hard work!) I got a degree in Print Design from Central Saint Martins. It was there I discovered my love of botanical pattern and printing, and after a couple of years of working for Print Design agencies and a move back to the homeland in the North (Sheffield, to be precise,) Wildwood Paper was born in late 2015.
You can usually find me with a big coffee / gin in hand and / or hanging out with my whippety-big-eared dog, Jasper. We’re currently working away from my lovely Mums attic but have dreams of a garden studio - hopefully one day the dream will become a reality!
We started making soap for our family when our daughter developed a mild form of eczema that was made worse by commercially-produced soaps and washes. We spent months researching, and tried out loads of different recipes and combinations to find the ones that work for our daughter’s skin – and for us too.
We settled on a combination of high quality ingredients, unfussy essential oil blends, and a slow soap-making process that is as close to the ancient traditional methods as possible. There’s nothing else added: no preservatives, no colourants, no fragrances and no additional heat to speed things up. The best things take time, and proper soap is worth waiting for.
What started out as a necessity and family hobby quickly grew into a mini production line in our kitchen as friends and family started coming back for more. When they began “pre-ordering” before batches had cured, we knew we’d hit onto something special that we couldn’t keep to ourselves anymore.
We got our inspiration from sailing a 36ft yacht across the Atlantic with days of blue as far as the eye could see, nights of stars down to the water during every phase of the moon, crossing paths with flying fish and dolphins racing at the bow.
Then, with weather changes, the days of serene and calm seas occasionally developed into giant waves which came racing towards us, tossing our boat seemingly like a cork in a bottle, resulting in our plastic laden bottles of shampoo and shower gel to ricochet noisily around as they bounced off the walls.
That was the light bulb moment when I realised that, not only did I want to do something about reducing or eliminating plastic from these products but also, I could create personal care products that were better for you and the environment!
Prior to any of this I’d had ten intense and adrenaline-fuelled years working in the stock markets specialising in European arbitrage trading before switching direction.
I took some time out and travelled around mainland China, Tibet, carrying out conservation work in South America before studying horticulture, landscape design and later aromatherapy.
My husband, who previously worked in the UK and overseas in Government Service, and I ran a busy horticultural and landscape design business in the New Forest, Hampshire before deciding to sell up and embark on a 10,000 mile sailing trip.
Offering organic cotton baby essentials made by a mother for other mothers
Organic Monkey has been set up by two entrepreneurial mums, Heidi and Claudine who identified a gap in the market for a truly organic range of baby skin care products. They have incorporated the use of Fairtrade ingredients where possible, providing a better deal for producers in developing countries.
Since becoming mums, we have been more and more interested in what goes into baby products, especially for their skin. We like to see what ingredients are used, how they work and even their packaging. Becoming mums has made us more ethically and socially aware.
A teething baby is an unhappy baby. The painful process of teeth cutting through the gums is distressing both for them and for you. There are many choices a parent has to help alleviate the pain. With three children of our own and having looked closely at the vast array of options out there many are potentially unsafe, toxic or unfriendly to the environment.
We took the decision when setting up Rooba that we wanted to take an eco-friendly, non-toxic path. This has been a long process with plenty of challenges but we have made it and are excited to have launched Rooba. We have searched many countries and suppliers looking for the perfect fit, and with lots of prototypes under our belt, we have what we think to be a perfectly designed natural teether. Boo the Bunny!
We ensure everything we do is safe for your baby, helps them with their pain while minimising the effects on our beautiful planet. All our products are natural, non-toxic, recyclable or biodegradable.
When Isabel was a baby, she Dribbled. A lot.
After soaking through countless bibs and needing several changes of clothes a day, Lara (her Mum) took matters into her own hands. From old pieces of towel she fashioned stronger bibs to help protect (and make, not break) her little dribbler's outfits.
Well, the apple hasn't fallen far from the tree. Having fine tuned the designs and stepped the manufacturing process up a few gears, the bibs have gone from kitchen creations sold at a market stall in SE London to an essential accessory in many teething tots' wardrobes all over the world.
It all started in Bali. My partner and I embarked on our first holiday together in May, little did we know how this would be the start of an amazing journey, not just another holiday.
We were sat in a café called Aura Bowls having more smoothies from coconuts when an idea of leaving all this behind when we returned to London sparked an idea. We were sitting here in paradise and I wanted the feeling to last forever. I wanted to be able to recreate it back home, but how? Would I truly be able to remind myself of this moment back in the UK on a cold damp day? That’s when it hit me... Want to know more? Check out their website! :)
TickiT® educational products are designed, developed, sourced or endorsed by us to support the curiosity approach and to encourage learning through play.
Our focus has always been to provide products that fire the imagination to inspire learning and make teaching more enjoyable, and as such TickiT® resources have been widely used in schools and nurseries around the world for over 35 years.
We feel it's essential to make our trusted range available to parents, caregivers, home-schoolers and childminders too.
Natruba is a Danish family driven company, based on the small island Bornholm, run by Kasper & Line - husband & wife.
In 2016 something in our lives changed. One of those things happened that will change you and your approach to life forever. We had our first child. Alberte. An unknown love and need to protect arose. We are sure you know what we talk about. Don’t you?
Like most – especially first time - parents, we worried. We worried about everything! But especially when her natural need to put whatever she could in her mouth started. Concerned we searched for safe, chemical-free toys, but we found the range of safe toys not only small but uninspiring and boring as well.
Overwhelmed with inspiration and a desire to design & produce the best and safest toy for her possible, in an environmentally friendly material we searched for that perfect material…
Jeff and the Squirrel was born during the Coronavirus pandemic in March 2020 as my wedding photography business had essentially been shut down overnight. I'd wanted a stationery business for a couple of years leading up to it but never found the time. Honestly, sometimes I think lockdown was a blessing in disguise!
Birch and tides was set up in 2018, and is very much a family business. We are a husband and wife team based in West Sussex, so very much inspired by the glorious South Downs along with the beautiful coast line. All our products are laser cut out of laser grade birch plywood, to create a beautiful products.