Enter the Mother&Baby Awards 2024!


by Stephanie Spencer |
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We are pleased to announce the launch of the 2024 Mother&Baby Awards, which are now open to entries from brands, retailers, and businesses across the industry.

Now in our 30th year, we are still the one parenting award everyone wants to win. A Mother&Baby Award means that your product is TRIEDTESTED and TRUSTED by real mums and parents. It means a mum can trust your product to make her life easier. It means your product will help her achieve her parenting dream. It means she will click that BUY button. That is why taking home a Mother&Baby Award makes such a difference to your business and products.

The reason parents believe in our awards is because we put all your products through their paces with the help of more than 6,000 parents and their babies. They test every single one of the entered products, helping us select the best of the best and making the Mother&Baby Awards the most prestigious in the parenting market.

Make the most of our Early Bird entry discount by entering your product or services by 30 April.

Early Bird entry rate is £280 +VAT per entry until 30 April 2023, it will then increase to £295 +VAT after the offer has ended. You can enter in a few clicks: Mother&Baby Awards 2024 – Product Entry.

If you have any questions, please contact the team on awardsproducts@bauermedia.co.uk

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