Our Shiny Awards
We hope you don’t mind us blowing our own trumpet…but we just wanted to mention that we’ve been showered with awards and our trophy shelf is feeling the pressure! We’re not smug or anything, honest!
Cornwall Business Awards 2012-
Most dynamic growth business- Gold
Customer Focus- Silver
Most creative use of design- Silver
Best International business- Silver
Entrepreneur of the Year (Lucy)- Silver
Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday – winner January 2012
The Western morning news Awards – Runner Up Small business of the year 2011
Best Toddler Fashion Brand (silver) at the Practical Parenting and Pregnancy Awards 2010
Shortlisted for Best Online Retailer at the Observer Ethical Awards 2010…we were up against Riverford and Abel and Cole. And even though we didn’t win, Lucy & Henri got to meet the very scrummy Colin Firth!!
Best Branding on a Small Budget at the DBA’s Design Effectiveness Awards in October 2009 (We got silver!)
Best Feeding Top/Bra (gold) from Practical Parenting Magazine in 2009
Shortlisted for Ethical Retailer of the Year at the Re:Fashion Awards 2009
And at the Cornwall Business Awards we scooped up an armful of awards… Customer focus– Winner 2011 Best international business– Winner 2011 Most creative use of web– Winner 2011
Winner of Winners (overall business of 2008 – it’s a little like winning ‘Best in Show’ at Crufts!) Entrepreneur of the Year (Can’t believe Lucy pulled this one out the bag…who’d have thought!! Business Innovation of the Year (for our pioneering, eco-friendly potato starch packaging)
Runners Up for Best Website (well, we couldn’t win them all – that would just be greedy!)
Finally, at the Cornwall & Devon Business Challenge Awards 2008 we picked up a very shiny Communication Award for all our fun ways of keeping in touch with all you lovely customers – Facebook, Blogging, Crusaders, Twitter – we love talking to you all!
Ethical Consumer Magazine gave us great marks in their Baby Clothes Ethiscore (kind of like the eco version of Which? Magazine). We were pretty pleased to knock some of the high street retailers off the top of the list, including Marks and Spencers. Go Frugi!