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Heavenly Bump wins Business of the Year Award
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Nov '11
Heavenly Bump has beaten 100's of Business in South & West Dorset and scooped the much-coveted Business of the Year award 2011.

The prize is organised by Open4Business, a Business Support group based in Dorset.

Kirsty Goss, Managing Director at Heavenly Bumps said “It really feels that we are going from strength to strength and it's tremendous that it is recognised by groups such as Open4Business”.

Kirsty continued, “The evening turned out to be a double-whammy. Not only did we win the Business of the Year award, we were also recognised for our excellent customer service, with the Retailer & Customer Service Award”.

Julie Cleaver, Managing Director of Open4Business said “Tonight has been a total celebration of local business success. The Open 4 Business management team and stakeholders would like to be the first to congratulate all of the Award Winners”.

Heavenly Bump is still a young brand, however, we are gaining awareness particularly amongst the maternity and parenting magazines. We believe in bringing stylish fashion to mums-to-be.

The Open 4 Business community enables businesses to become part of a strong, interlinked cross-Dorset business community, giving them a boost to their business confidence and increased level of exposure to local business opportunities.

Heavenly Bump is a Dorset based Maternity Wear online retailer. Mumpreneurs, Kirsty van Deurs Goss and Amy- Kate Crane set up this maternity boutique in 2010 with an ethos of providing mums-to-be with stylish affordable maternity wear.

Heavenly Bump Maternitywear Ltd

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