Enda Barton is a former native of Creagh, attending Creagh National School and Garbally College. In 2020, Enda was made redundant from his job due to the pandemic. At the same time, Enda and his partner Madeline were expecting their first baby. As so many expecting parents do, Enda started to research baby clothing to see what the best clothing for their baby was. That is when he discovered Bamboo fabric and all its amazing benefits.
Enda said: “Bamboo is an amazingly sustainable plant. In fact, one acre of bamboo will yield 10 times more than one acre of cotton which is one of the most common fabrics found in baby clothing today. Bamboo fabric is super soft, and is often compared to silk, making it ideal for babies with sensitive skin, particularly babies with eczema. These are just some of the amazing benefits of Bamboo fabric. You can learn more about it on our website.”
The business launched in October over one year from when Enda first started working on it.
Enda stated: “I have always wanted to run my own business, and I always knew it was going to be a tough thing to do. The last year was difficult, but we learned so much along the way and continue to learn. We are really excited about building and developing our business in the Irish market, and hopefully in other markets in the not-so-distant future. So far, feedback from our customers has been extremely positive so the future looks bright.”
To learn more on Bamboo Baby you can visit their website: www.bamboobaby.ie or Follow BambooBaby on Facebook and on Instagram
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