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Doddl launches Indiegogo campaign on Brexit date

Baby cutlery company Doddl will be launching its upcoming Indiegogo campaign on the original Brexit date, 26 March 2019.

The award-winning British children’s cutlery brand,  which is sold in more than forty countries around the world, will launch its second product on the original Brexit deadline.

The newest addition to the Doddl family will launch on the international crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, giving customers across the world the opportunity to be the first to receive their product in July 2019 while also benefitting from a range of offers. Doddl’s Indiegogo campaign will open on 26th March 2019 and run for 30 days.

“We are proud that we design and create our products in the UK and we are confident that our international customers will continue to value creativity and innovation beyond borders,” said managing director, Catherine Dodd.

“We have been focused on growth. Europe is an important market for us and, while the uncertain future poses challenges, life, and business, goes on – Brexit or no Brexit,” she continued.

“We have prepared as much as we can, but won’t stand still to wait and see what’s going to happen. We are launching our new baby cutlery now because our customers still want high quality and innovative products that make their lives easier, regardless of Brexit.”

Despite the uncertainty of Brexit, Doddl has an ambitious growth plan of 250% for 2019.

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