JoJo Maman Bébé to open boutique in East Grinstead just in time for Christmas

JoJo Maman Bébé to open boutique in East Grinstead just in time for Christmas

JoJo Maman Bébé, the UK’s leading mother and baby specialist, will open a gorgeous new boutique at 3 Swan Court, 4 London Road, East Grinstead on Saturday 2nd December 2017. The new store will stock the full range of quirky and imaginative baby and children’s collections, nursery products, gifts and toys. Customers will also be able to try out JoJo’s scooter range, which will be displayed on the store’s amazing scooter wall.

There will be lots of exciting activities to celebrate the opening of the new shop; JoJo will be giving away goody bags to the first 100 customers who spend in store on the day, and will also be giving away hop-a-long bunny balloons on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd December.

East Grinstead’s bustling high street, situated at the end of the Bluebell Railway line, is the perfect spot for parents to enjoy visiting this lovely store, complete with facilities including a baby changing room and customer WC. The new JoJo store team will be on hand to help, they are given in-depth training at JoJo’s head office in Wales and really understand the needs of new parents.

Loyal local mail order customers of this multi-channel brand have been campaigning for a JoJo store in the area. Finally, after searching for the ideal location, JoJo is set to become a destination shop for parents and grandparents from across the area, as well as the place to go for gorgeous new baby gifts. Laura Tenison, Founder and CEO of JoJo adds “East Grinstead has long been on our agenda after receiving lots of emails from young families wanting us to open, but finding the right location took time.”

The good news is already gathering momentum via social networking channels. Laura explains “Our multi-channel retail strategy also helps other independent businesses in the area, even if they are of a competitive nature. Just before opening, we will email local customers and incentivise them to visit the town and our store. They are likely to spend time with neighbouring retailers and cafés, as well as our new store, so it’s a win-win situation for all of us.”

JoJo was launched 24 years ago as a specialist maternity and baby store from a tiny kitchen table business with the stock held in a shed belonging to Laura’s parents in Wales. The company has grown organically and now has over 80 stores, as well as trade sales to 50 countries. Despite this phenomenal growth, JoJo continues to operate with small company values and places a huge emphasis on great quality, fantastic customer service, environmental sustainability and loyalty to all involved.