Solving Mealtime Struggles!
Munchy Play is the first ever kids' plate featuring a built-in track for play. Designed by a Mum in London, the business is proud to have won Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday, and London 'Start Up Business' of the Year by the Federation of Small Businesses.
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Sophia Procter is the founder and CEO of Munchy Play®, the first-ever children’s
plate with a built-in track for toys. Solving mealtime struggles, the British-made
tableware is designed for toddlers, infants and ‘fussy eaters’.
*HAVE A GREAT NETWORK: Family, friends and others in small businesses that you can share your woes with. This is important for wellbeing, as well as business growth and support.
* INVEST IN YOUR BUSINESS: Advertising, PR and SEO are all part of the digital landscape we find ourselves in. It's important to take the time to invest in these and monitor analysis and trends.
*LEVEL UP: Attend webinars, join groups, get in front of other business leaders and learn from them. For instance, Theo Paphitis is hosting a webinar with Natwest for Small Business, which is very worth signing up for.
*MAKE THE MOST OF FREE TOOLS: There's a lot of great resources out there if you look for them. SBS by Theo is just one of them. Another is the Amazon Accelerator Programme in partnership with Enterprise Network. This has been a useful tool for growth and best of all, it's free!
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