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Inspiring Inclusion | International Women's Day 2024

Serving as a beautiful gift to future generations, of a society where opportunities are freely available, regardless of gender.

This year's International Women's Day is appropriately themed: Inspire Inclusion. "When women themselves are inspired to be included, there's a sense of belonging, relevance, and empowerment. Worldwide, women must be included in all fields of endeavour." - International Women's Day

Such an action is a proven catalyst for driving societal development, improving school attendance and quality nutrition for children, and making strides in poverty and inequality reduction. A simple step for parents looking to encourage the inclusivity of women in business, is to be mindful of what you're buying for your growing bub.

To celebrate International Women’s Day this year, the Redsbaby team has handpicked a selection of our favourite baby brands led, designed, or run to support women. Consider these fantastic companies as you gear up for the arrival and growth of your child - we hope you love them as much as we do!

1. MOSOV Organics

A one woman run brand. Mosov's founder, Caroline, wears many hats from designing, sewing, marketing, and packing. Using sustainable practices and ethical fabrications, all products are made and designed in Australia. Mosov is more than a baby brand, the range includes women's and menswear as well.

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2. Tara Treasures

A children and homewares brand that expands the quest to support female-built business internationally. Each piece is thoughtfully designed and created in Nepal by female artisans, who are offered training and employment. The brand ensures ethical and fair work practices, being regularly audited by Amfori, while products are tested by Intertek to confirm their safety and compliance for your family.

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3. Kind Coconuts

Created by pharmacist and mother, Erin who saw a need for natural products that would be gentle and nourishing for her children’s skin. The company sources their organic coconuts directly from farmers in Fiji, with emphasis on working with female suppliers. All products are then made locally in Australia.

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4. Harperiman

Cynthia and Kathryn are a mother daughter duo that are actively working towards increasing representation in children’s toys, hand making dolls that reflect the diversity in our communities. The dolls are available in a number of skin tones and make beautiful gifts for children 3 and above.

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5. Bandicute

A mother-daughter project, inspired by Australian botanicals and wildlife. Ellen and her daughter Jess live with their families on a cattle farm in NSW and were inspired by Jess’s two daughters to create baby essentials that felt true to the Australian experience.

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6. Merineo

Founder Claire grew up in a family of wool farmers in Australia, and therefore has a heightened understanding of the benefits of pure merino wool for newborns. Her company was created with the help of experienced midwives and benefits the Australian Merino wool industry directly.

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7. Kiin baby

A small business made up entirely of women, Kiin baby products are beautifully curated, with simple yet beautiful design. Kiin baby are regular donors to the Starlight children’s foundation and Top End Women’s Legal Service, who provide vulnerable women with legal support and advocacy.

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8. Redsbaby

Our founders at Redsbaby are committed to giving back to charities that support women and their children who are experiencing illness or difficulties. Supporting charities like Parramatta Women's Shelter through pram donations and the Humpty Dumpty foundation with the purchase of Incubators, Warmers, Neonatal Resuscitaire Units and breast pumps, we hope to ease any stress we can for new mothers and their children.

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Happy International Women's Day from the Redsbaby family

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