Currently, disposable nappy products are the third biggest factor to landfills. It is estimated that almost 90 billion disposables are thrown away globally every year contributing to the world’s plastic pollution and non-biodegradable waste. Non reusable nappies are among the leading 20 products discovered in the oceans. To resolve this, Northamptonshire-based Bambino Mio has actually created an alternative service.
It produces recyclable nappies that are both sustainable and accountable to the world. These recyclable nappies are touted to produce 99 percent less waste and use 98 percent less basic materials.
Global expansion plans
As the reusable nappy industry is anticipated to end up being a ₤ 1 billion market internationally by 2025, Bambino Mio has actually taken ₤ 13 million financial investment from BGF. Significantly, this is the biggest financial investment ever to be pumped into a recyclable nappy company in the UK. The business will utilize the financial investment to expand and accelerate its development, both in the UK and internationally. It will be utilized to drive multi-channel development and boost spends across the firm’s infrastructure, brand, marketing and item development.
Man Schanschieff, co-founder at Young child Mio stated, « At Bambino Mio, we are on an objective to create nappies that do great. Our products are carefully developed to improve the experience for children, as an affordable option to disposables and to take on the big issues the world is dealing with from plastic pollution. This more financial investment suggests we can continue to work towards our aspiration of ending up being a true global leader in sustainable and recyclable items in the FMCG sector. We wish to continue to positively disrupt the nappy market and shift customers and brand-new parents to a sustainable and environmentally friendly nappy for their kids that has tangible advantages to their child, their wallet and to our world. »
As part of the deal, BGF Financier James Syrotiuk will join the Board of Bambino Mio as a Non-Executive Director, alongside freshly selected Non-Executive Chairman Peter Unsworth. Syrotiuk said: « We regard Young child Mio as a leading brand name in the growing international multiple-use nappy market and are enjoyed be backing a purpose-driven management group who are enthusiastic about improving the environment through the decrease of single-use plastics. Bambino Mio is already developed in Europe and with a growing global footprint, there is considerable opportunity to increase market share in all areas by supercharging the brand and item advancement worldwide. »
Witnesses rapid development
Founded in 1997 by couple team, Man Schanschieff MBE and Jo Schanschieff, Young child Mio creates long-lasting, trendy and cost effective multiple-use nappies for infants from birth to potty training. The business combines a team of passionate minds to create products that are much better for children, much better for moms and dads, and much better for the planet as a whole.
The financial investment is a testimony to Young child Mio’s industry-leading item advancement and positive efforts to make recyclable nappies mainstream. The purpose-led service has actually currently experienced rapid growth due to the around the world emphasis on the results of single-use plastic, which has led in turn to a rise in more eco-conscious consumers.
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