Friday 15 June 2012

Bubblin' Around

This weekend's Bubble London marks the start of the s/s 13 season with over 250 collections of the coolest children's fashion, footwear, accessories and interiors.

Can you afford to miss it?

1. Maximise the potential of your business with our free seminar programme covering everything from social media to stock & cash handling.
Click here for the full schedule.

2. Celebrate brands that are designed and manufactured in the UK with the launch of Bubble Homegrown.
Click here for the full list of Bubble Homegrown brands.

3. Take a break on Melanie Porter and Holly Palmer ’s unique designs filling the Bubble Plaza, before trying your hand at finger knitting with Pinkyknits.

4. See behind the scenes of a CWB fashion shoot orchestrated by stylist Fran Lee and photographer Jay Hunting.
On Monday, strike a pose for our guest photographer Julia Boggio who has most recently taken portraits of the Queen.

5. Treat yourself to a free breakfast from 9.30am -11am in the Travis Designs Breakfast Lounge. Simply take your voucher to The Good Food Café to pick up a coffee and a croissant.
Also keep an eye out for Euphorium Bakery's bespoke cookies dotted around the show.

6. Take advantage of the discounted subscription rates on all our partner publications at the Media Kiosk on stand G42.

7. Look out for the Bubble blog team capturing those special father and child moments in celebration of Father’s Day on Sunday. Keep an eye on the blog to  see if you've been spotted.

8. Congratulate the winner of our coveted Stand Out competition awarding the most unique and creative stand.

9. Grab one of our complimentary Bubble rickshaws and join us for a post-show drink at Browns from 6pm to 7pm on Sunday.

10. Continue to support London-based charity Kids Company which provides practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children by making a donation when picking up your complimentary show guide.


Register now or at the entrance of the show for your free ticket to Bubble London

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