Become a Mother&Baby Awards 2024 tester!


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Apply to be part of the prestigious panel of Mother&Baby real mum testers who put the Mother&Baby Awards nominees through their paces.

The Mother&Baby Awards test and highlight the best baby products on the market each year – and we need your help with the 2024 Awards!

What product is best value for money? What’s new, clever, timesaving and innovative? Which ones can be trusted to deliver on promises? Who better to answer these questions than real parents – and that’s where you come in!

We’re looking for all kinds of UK parent volunteers, from all walks of life, to test products for the Awards. We want to know exactly what you think, what your baby loves, and why you’d be happy (or not) to recommend these products to other mums and dads. You need to be keen, committed and enthusiastic volunteers, with bags of honesty that will tell it like it is.

To register you must be pregnant and due to have your baby by September 2023 or have a child under 3 years of age. Please read the full T&C’s before registering.

If you are interested in being a tester, click here to register now!

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