Mumz the word

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In an increasingly competitive marketplace it’s important to do something more than simply offer a service or a project.

While numerous businesses do succeed with a bare-bones approach, the ones that really stand out are the ones that go the extra mile.

Which is why online shopping company Mumz n Babyz has built a strong following in a very short space of time.

Not only is the business founded on the principles of strong research, market needs, and competitive pricing, but it works hard on providing a community for mothers and children, both online and offline.

The e-commerce company offers a range of mother and baby products, from travel equipment, toys, essential baby accoutrements, clothes, essential school items, and more. The website also carries a raft of articles, hints, tips, a live chat function, and more non-retail pages, and the company also organises events for families to help build a network of parents across Dubai.

The Mumz n Babyz concept was put together by mother of three Dalia Nuwayhid, who took inspiration from something she was told many years ago.

“Growing up, my parents always used to say “one day you will become a parent and you will understand. You will want to give your children the best you can”. That notion always stayed with me.

“As a parent to three children, aged eleven, eight and two, I’ve seen a drastic difference in the access to information and products from the time my first was born to when my third arrived. With my third child, I felt that there were many more resources and products available that helped shape my experience as a parent and that helped me become a better parent.

“This inspired me to create a destination where parents have access to everything under one roof, and from there I began to work with my brother and sister to piece together the Mumz n Babyz concept.”

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