Dr Zigs is featured on the UK Government video about the Transition and their 'Time is Running Out' campaign. From actions you can take on the gov.uk website to making sure you get your EORI number, VAT registrations in Europe and customs brokers. There are things that you will need to prepare for. We just want to make sure all our customers can keep on bubbling. :)
Overjoyed to have been featured on The Toy Coach podcast! "Bubbles for a Circular Economy"
We're passionate here at Dr Zigs Extraordinary Bubbles to try and create bubble toys that are sustainable, stay out of landfill, and have a full product life cycle.
This is also what inspired our 'Bubbles for Hire' Range - the idea that our Bubble toys can be used again and again and again!
Lots more about this, my story and inspiration, and our exciting plans for the future of Dr Zigs, all here on this fantastic podcast.
Thomas is one of our biggest bubble fans. And it was only right that we should have him on our packaging. Yet many people may never get to meet Thomas because he has Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) and he and his family are excluded from so much through lack of simple provision. This is a little of his story.
There are many ways to buy our #ecoethicalfun giant bubble kits – you can buy them direct online from ourselves, or from some of our particularly ...
Bubbles Not Trump!
Join us, as we say it loud and say it clear - Trump you're not welcome here!
As many of you know Dr Zigs is run by myself, Paola.
Whilst I run a manufacturing company making some of the best giant soap bubble toys in the world, I am also a daughter, a mum, a cook, cleaner, a driver, a fixer, a chief family-cuddle-giver – and these are just some of the roles I have as a woman.
For International Women’s Day was honoured to be asked to talk on the Dot Davies Show on BBC Radio Wales.
Here’s a little excerpt from the questions I was asked pre-show, and my answers.
Cyffrwdd Syria – Touching Syria. A six-week exhibition to include, on the 19th Jan, a day of talks, projections, music, food and dance celebrating Syrian and Welsh culture. It has been co-curated by Humam Alsalim and Menna Thomas, and includes artists from both Syria and Wales collaborating together for the very first time.