Amelia Knight chosen as part of the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies that inspire Britain’ Report


Manchester based, family-owned cosmetics manufacturer Amelia Knight has been selected as part of the London Stock Exchange Group’s annual 1000 Companies that inspire Britain’ report which outlines the small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK economy who drive growth, lead innovation and provide a critical source of jobs.

Amelia Knight, established in 1998, are leaders in the private label cosmetics, skincare, bodycare and beauty accessories, providing bespoke solutions to influential brands and retailers worldwide. Managing concept through to delivery, with a global team of more than 400, the Amelia Knight HQ in Knutsford houses expert design and development teams. With in-house research, development, manufacturing, and fulfilment teams in both the UK and Asia, a factory in Hangzhou and an expert global team covering technical, regulatory, buying, sales and manufacturing.

As a result of being at the forefront of product development in the private label cosmetics industry, Amelia Knight is able to service both mass and prestige markets and our client base extends worldwide, supplying leading retailers across Europe, the US, Canada, Australia and South Americas.

In addition to private label manufacturing, in the past 18 months Amelia Knight has also launched an exciting portfolio of direct-to-consumer brands across skincare, bath and body, colour cosmetics and gifting.

The London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1000 Companies that inspire Britain’ report for 2020 champions SME’s, who currently account for 60% of employment and over 50% of turnover in the UK private sector and celebrates resilience, growth and entrepreneurship. It also highlights the new challenges businesses have had to face this year due to the impact of the pandemic. Amelia Knight is proud to be selected by the London Stock Exchange Group for inclusion in this prestigious report alongside such inspirational businesses all over the United Kingdom.

To read the report please visit the LSEG’s website: