About Motherswork

Since we opened our doors in Singapore in 1998, Motherswork’s intention has always been to partner with mothers on their journey through parenthood; from the precious moments of discovering their pregnancies and holding their babies for the first time to seeing their children off to school, and all the little adventures in between.

For everything that mom and child may need: a new mother’s must-haves as she prepares for the arrival of her little one, daily essentials that help make motherhood a little breezier, items for the home and the active family on-the-go, including materials to nurture curious little minds, Motherswork has scoured the world over and pulled everything together under one roof.

Our concept is simple: to create a thoughtful shopping experience and deliver only the best, tried-and-tested, products for mothers as they journey through every moment and milestone with their children.

Partnering with mothers through milestones and moments.

We provide international brands with proven track record that have met at least 4 of motherswork values.

Founder of Motherswork

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Sharon Wong

"Find that passion inside you, believe in that passion and go for it"

Sharon Wong is the CEO and founder of motherswork Singapore. She has over 25 years of experience in building brands, with a degree in Business. Her passion and dedication to search for the best baby products that will provide the best environment to develop her children to be the best they can be and for her to be a more efficient mother led to the creation of motherswork, 20 years ago.

When not busy creating shopping experience for parents or searching the world for the next best baby product, Sharon travels with her husband and their 3 children, Alexandra, Nicola and Timothy. When asked if she ever sleeps, Sharon laughs, "Yes, on the plane! My ideas, my passion, my creations are all a combination of being exposed to different places, different people and different cultures. It is an amazing gift to be able to cross cultures."

Having spent 2 decades living in the US, Australia and Hong Kong, Sharon now lives in Singapore where she calls home.