The time has come around again for the Kids Business Bloggers Brunch which was held at the beautiful location of Centennial Park.
As usual nerves hit when the day comes around, meeting new bloggers, products and potential new contacts with brands to work with in the future.
There were many amazing brands exhibiting on the day. Dyson, OMO, Jif, Infasecure, Only Organic Baby, Breville, AVG, Arnott's, Hans and Brumbys Bakery.
Dyson were promoting their ever so fab AM07 Dyson Cool Fan, already a huge fan (no pun intended!). Happy to see such a large company always supporting mummy bloggers. The truth is, us mums are the ones who put in all the hard work to research products to buy for our home and family so it only seems fit to target mums.
If you are interested in the Dyson Cool and are deciding on one, you can read about it in my review here and if you have any questions about it, please comment or message me and I will be happy to answer any questions you have.
Brumbys showcased their Christmas range. No more slaving for hours in the kitchen baking and spending more time where it matters. Here are some tasty treats that are available at a store near you.
Oricom displayed a range of products from Baby Monitors, fun Animal Night Lights and thermometers.
Breville demonstrated ‘the Boss™' superblender. It definitely rivalled the Vitamix. Breville blended green smoothies that were delish and even madeyummy sorbet!
Infasecure exhibited ‘the Evolve’- the first child restraint in Australia to allow the use of a six-point harness from approximately six months through a large eight year old, offering superior protection to a wider range of children for longer.
Only Organic had a wide selection of their products from rice crackers to pureed fruit and custard, perfect from the age of 6 months and up. Only Organic uses only the best produce and ingredients to produce nutritionally balanced meals and snacks for the little ones. Only Organic is available at all major supermarkets and well as their online store. We were all given a generous pack full of products to take home and try.
Omo and Jif had a very cute display and a fun and dirty game. They displayed all their products and we were able to take home a very nice goodie bag with lots of products to try.
AVG is an online security brand that is available free from their website. Depending on what type of security you were after whether it be safety for children, spamming or virus protector, they cover the lot. Check out AVG on their website for more info.
Oliving by Hans had an array of tasty deli meats for sampling. Oliving offers a uniquely delicious combination of the finest meat and olive oil.
Shapes Light and Crispy had sample tasting of their range and they were addictive especially the salt 'n' vinegar. A tastier and healthier alternative to chips, Arnott's have released a great product to curb those munchies. There are 4 flavours to choose from Salt'n'Vinegar, Honey BBQ Chicken, Tasty Chedder & Chives, Sweet Chili and Sour Cream.
|Yum, my favourite flavour|
|Yummy sweet chili and cream flavour|
|The lovely ladies from Arnott's|
Before I end my post, I wanted to give a special mention to a fantastic cause that Kids Business supports.
The Nappy Collective collects leftover unused disposable nappies and redistributes them to organisations that support families in crisis or in need. So when you donate your spare nappies, you help these families to focus more of their time and energy on getting their lives back on track.
Many mummy bloggers that attended kindly supported the cause and donated unwanted nappies. It is still not too late to help The Nappy Collective, they are always in need of help. If you have any nappy's that you want to donate visit The Nappy Collective's website.