ENPC | European Nursery Products Confederation


ENPC elects new Executive Committee

During our General Assembly meeting on 29 April, held in Brussels, the members of our Board were re-elected and elected the Members of the Executive Committee until 2021, who are: Roberto Marelli, President, Robert Anslow, Vice-President, Peter Röhrig, Vice-President, Stefan Aerts, Treasurer, and Mi (...)

EU Childcare Products Safety Awards

The European Commission is proud to announce that applications are now open for the first EU Product Safety Award, recognising businesses, large and small, that go the extra mile to protect consumers, and organized by the European Commission. You have until 7 April to apply and get the recognition y (...)

Growth of online information search and buying of childcare products

September 2018 – During the “Babycool” trade fair in Paris, the French Toy and Childcare Federation has invited Frank Rosenthal, marketing and distribution consultant, to share his findings on the growing importance of the internet on nursery products commerce. Parents buy online often When th (...)

Women in EU have first child on average at 29

March 2018 – Over 5 million births in the EU in 2016 According to Eurostat, the 2016 fertility rate has reached 1.6 babies per woman, compared to 1.57 in 2015. A total number of 5,148 million babies were born in the EU. With a birth rate of 1.92 per woman, France has the highest level of ferti (...)

ENPC is moving !

December 2017 – ENPC moved its office back to the Brussels “hub”, where public affairs are taking place. The new address is 38-40 Square de Meeus, 1000 Brussels. Our new phone number is +32 2 401 61 67. E-mail: www.info@enpc.eu

Time to stop taxing baby products, says NDP

April 2016, Canada – A New Democrat MP has introduced a private member’s bill in the House of Commons that would eliminate the federal tax on certain baby products. Christine Moore, MP for the Quebec riding of Abitibi—Témiscamingue, says the bill would recognize things such as diapers, baby bo (...)

Children’s products: safety regulations governing rattles and magnet sets

April 2016, USA – Through the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) and other federal statutes, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has promulgated regulations governing the manufacture and sale of children’s products in the United States.1 One of the primary risks re (...)