Harrogate based multi-channel retailer High Street TV has once again made it into the Sunday Times HSBC International Fast Track 200 after posting strong international sales.
High Street TV ranked 7th in the standings, which measures Britain’s mid-market private companies for fastest-growing international sales.
This is the second consecutive year that the firm have has ranked in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, which is compiled by Fast Track.
The company, established in 2008, employs over 150 staff based across its head office in Harrogate and offices in Hong Kong and Los Angeles. As the business that brought the NutriBullet to the UK, it has since launched two major brands; Drew & Cole, selling home and kitchen products, and New Image selling home fitness equipment.
As well as owning five TV channels, the company sells its products on line, via its UK call centre and at over 2,000 retail outlets throughout the UK including Argos, John Lewis and Shop Direct. It also distributes to over 40 international territories including the USA, Japan and Brazil.
Overseas sales hit £16.3m in 2018, boosted by growth in Japan, where Pressure King Pro pressure cooker and Squat Magic fitness product have proved incredibly popular.
Jim Coleman, co-founder and chief executive, said: “We’re delighted once again to be listed in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. It’s a great achievement for the company and reflects our plans to continue to develop our own products and brands not just in the UK but across the globe.”