EDAMAMA PH is gearing up to hold the biggest convention in the country for families. The edamama PH Family Expo, happening from August 26 to 28 at the SMX Convention Center Mall of Asia, will be the biggest onsite and online event to gather top kids brands, parenting influencers, and other exciting events and activities that all members of the family can enjoy.
Admission to the convention is free, with guests needing to sign-up to the registration page found on this link. Guests of the physical event can expect to shop, explore, and have fun with the expo’s exciting mix of activities ranging from brand discounts to talks with parenting experts.
The Family Expo will be gathering over a hundred of the biggest mom and kids brands and offer up to 70% off on exciting deals and discounts. Expert-led talks will also be held during the three-day event, covering topics like ‘How to start with Play-based Learning at Home,’ ‘Your Guide to Gentle Parenting,’ and ‘Level Up Your Homemaking Habits.’ Mommy personalities and top influencers like Mommy Ciara of Mommy Diaries, Julie Ann Septimo, and Connh Cruz of The Modern Nanay are also invited as guests.
“Today’s shoppers have very distinct expectations and interests for things. The challenge with regular shopping in malls is that they offer a wide mix of choices that are rarely remarkable or spark joy now,” says Karla Suguitan, Head of Brand & Community of edamama PH. “We’ve always wanted to change that by presenting parents a platform where they already have easy access to the best products and services that they need.”
“The Family Expo is also our way of giving families a special bonding experience that’s different from their mundane mall visits. Since restrictions are easing up, we wanted to throw the biggest convention that all family members can enjoy. Of course, we also understand that some prefer to stay at home, so we’re offering the same access on our website. It’s the perfect place to be for those looking for ways to rewrite or simply refresh their bond as a family,” she closed.
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