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Beauty Bay

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Beauty Bay is a cosmetics e-commerce retailer based in Manchester. Founded in 1999 as 'Fragrance Bay', stocking luxury fragrances - Beauty Bay evolved, rebranding and relaunching in 2007.

The company stocks its own brand of makeup, skincare and other products, as well as stocking over 10,000 products from UK and international brands.

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Company Information
Revenue: £82 million (2020)
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Skincare; Makeup; Haircare; Body

Company Size (No. of Employees): 200
Number of Brands Stocked: 150+
Key Brands Stocked:

Jeffree Star Cosmetics; Clinique; wet n wild; ZOEVA; BeYou; DERMAdoctor

Payment Methods:

Credit card; Debit card; American Express; Apple Pay; PayPal; Klarna

Delivery Options:

Next Day delivery; Tracked delivery; Click and Collect; Nominated Day delivery

Contact Information
PR Company:

BeautyBay handles its own PR.

marketing@beautybay.com

0161 848 4480

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Arron Gabbie & David Gabbie

Product Development Manager:

Lauren Berry

Merchandising Director: Monika Gautam
Head of Buying: Rebecca Lowe
Head of Creative: Rachel Roberts
Brand Director:

Jessica Kuka

Chief Digital Officer: Eleanor Stubbs
HR Director: Sarah Marshall
Chief Financial Officer: Andrew Buckley

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