Roy’s Boys continues portfolio expansion with personalised character pyjamas

Published on: 23rd April 2021

Roy’s Boys is expanding its portfolio and slipping into the pyjama space with a range spanning leading children’s entertainment and sport brands including Hey Duggee, Bing, Baby Shark, a portfolio of football clubs, and more.

It’s the latest move from the sock specialist to diversify it product portfolio which now encompasses quirky fashion socks and leggings, as well as pyjamas. The firm has teased that more “exciting additions” to the range will follow in due course.

“The personalised pyjamas are a great addition to our range,” said Hannah Lowe. “We are continuing to tap into the online market that the bricks and mortar retailers do not have the capacity to reach, with bespoke gifting. We are building on what we do best and what Roy’s Boys is all about – giftable products at a high quality.”

Over the past year, Roy’s Boys has grown to a reach of over a million customers and is planning to significantly increase its following further over the next year. Marketing is the key to online success, a mix of posts and ads through the Roy’s Boys platforms as well as additional organic posts from licensors has contributed to an uplift in sales. 

Anita Majhu, senior licensing manager, BBC Studios, said: “I am delighted that Hey Duggee is part of our valued partner’s expanding product range. Our customers have responded really well to Roy’s Boys’  new nightwear and it’s great to be able to reach our customers in such a fun and personalised way.” 

Roy’s Boys’ Ben Lowe, added: “After only launching the personalised pyjamas at the start of this week, they have gone wild already and with Father’s day looming we are anticipating a busy one. After the past year, 2021 is looking incredible for us and the buzz around the office is so great to see. Roy’s Boys is growing at a phenomenal rate – a silver lining to the pandemic.”


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