• Leading homeware retailer Online Home Shop celebrates success having featured in The Sunday Times 100, following a record-breaking financial year and staggering growth
  • Since 2018 Online Home Shop (OHS) has experienced year on year growth, with revenue growing by 65% to £34.3m over the past 3-years
  • New £6m headquarters recently opened by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham who hailed the company “A Greater Manchester success story”


30 June 2023: Manchester-based, homeware retailer Online Home Shop (OHS) is celebrating having featured in The Sunday Times 100, Britain’s fastest-growing private companies for the second year.

OHS has experienced significant year-on-year growth, with revenue growing by 65% to £34.3m over the past 3-years. In the last 12-months the company’s workforce has doubled from 75 to 150 employees.

On receiving the news, OHS Managing Director Moshe Cohen commented: “For Online Home Shop to have been placed in The Sunday Times 100 for the second consecutive year is an outstanding achievement.

“This accomplishment not only demonstrates our continued efforts and resilience in a tougher market, but underpins the drive, talent and continued support of our people, which allows us to continue to grow year-on-year. We’re excited to see where the next few years will take us as a business, as we look to expand our position as a leading homeware provider in the e-commerce space, creating more jobs to help boost the local economy and provide opportunities for people to build their careers.”

Anticipating further growth in the coming year, OHS recently opened the doors to its new £6m premises at Pin Mill Textiles in Worsley, Manchester as it continues to thrive and meet the increasing demands of its customers.

The impressive 70,000 sq. ft. headquarters was officially opened by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, who said: “It is great to be here to hear about the incredible success you are achieving. You are a Greater Manchester success story, and it is right that I am here as Mayor of Greater Manchester to congratulate all of you.”

The Mayor also thanked OHS for its ongoing support to The Brick charity, the Mayor’s charity supporting local communities, helping distribute soft furnishings and on trend home and life products to children and families in need across Greater Manchester and beyond.

The entrepreneurs behind one of Britain’s fastest-growing business are OHS’s Managing Director Moshe Cohen, alongside his brother Gav Cohen and father Max Cohen. Founded 9 years ago OHS has established itself as a trusted provider of value-for-money homewares, supplied direct to customers to personalise any living space, including an extensive range of bedding, throws, towels, curtains, rugs, storage and furniture.