From fantastic football goals to awesome football boots! We have got it covered as we have partnered with our friends from Ten Feet Tall, to offer our customers 10% off their fabulous range of school and ASICS sports shoes in the run up to Back to School.
Foot safety is essential for soccer, scooting and skateboarding and we suggest wearing a closed shoe for these activities. Ten Feet Tall will measure and fit shoes for every adventure. As feet grow a size in the heat, it is easier to buy locally, just before the start of term. You can show this 10% discount when you visit their showroom here. This is valid until 24th August 2018.
Now you have got the active boots sorted, have you seen our QuickPlay range of football nets and rebounders? With 2 minute pop up nets and ecoach Apps for your phone these are great activities for your children to play with during the summer months ahead.In addition we are offering 10% off our QuickPlay range. Just use this code when you purchase online at the checkout WORLDCUP2018.
We have just received an Expatpreneur Award from The Finder which was a wonderful surprise. It made us pause and reflect. It was a humbling experience to receive recognition and one that we were grateful for. As awardees we were part of a photographic shoot and a studio interview.
One of the many great benefits of running White & Black Trading is the fun we get to have whilst doing our job! Each year, we visit some of the biggest exhibitions of new and innovative toys and games in the world. A few weeks ago, we joined over 50,000 visitors at the Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair, the largest of its kind in Asia, to preview first-hand what’s coming onto the market in 2018.
These fairs are enormous gatherings of toy companies, inventors and manufacturers, each pushing the boundaries of innovation and imagination to bring joy to our kids – our mantra is quality, durability, value and longevity. As parents, we understand that toys are expensive, so our products must stand the test of time, and enhance, educate or inspire our kids in some way.
With this front of mind, we braced ourselves for the Hong Kong trip, during which we would walk ‘miles of aisles’, in search of the very best on offer. We loved the drones (Emma had to have the controls pried from her hands), but we’re researching the ins-and-outs of safety regulations here in Singapore before we make a product choice, as aviation rules are evolving as quickly as the the technology itself.