Co-founded by PJ Scott and Eddie Latham in 2012, Velocity Commerce is now an award-winning UK online consultancy and retailer, with a specialist 22-strong team that processes on average of 3,000 orders per day.
Our team has over 15 years’ experience in the online retail market, and knows how to increase brand exposure and sales on platforms, such as Amazon or eBay.
The future of online commerce
We are able to warehouse large amounts of stock and dispatch our partners’ goods directly to consumers, working with all major couriers. Our team represents our partners’ best interests, working hard to ensure that customers receive fast delivery and attentive customer support.
Receiving external recognition for our work is extremely rewarding, we are proud of the outcomes we deliver for our partners. Recent accolades include:
The FT1000 2019
Velocity Commerce was named one of the fastest growing companies in Europe in the latest FT 1000 report. With an absolute revenue growth of 1,187% and revenue CAGR of 134.3%, we are the 92nd fastest growing company in Europe and one of just 27 from the UK to make the top 100.
Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 2018
In December 2018, Velocity Commerce was ranked 11th in the Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 – a league table that identifies Britain’s fastest growing companies over the last three years. We were recognised as having an 134.32% annual sales rise in the online electronics retail market, alongside achieving over £1 million is sales through Black Friday week in 2018.
The Grassroots Award at the eBay for Business Awards 2018
The Grassroots Award recognised our humble beginnings at co-founder PJ’s house just six years ago. We are really proud of what the whole Velocity Commerce team has achieved in that time, and we continue to have big ambitions for the future, not just for Velocity Commerce but for our partners too.
Giving back is important to us at Velocity Commerce. Our team is passionate about getting up, out and about to raise valuable funds for charities we believe in – whether that’s running a marathon or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. We have spent time working alongside some of our partners to support Global’s Make Some Noise, and have also been supporting causes closer to home and aligning to our business aims, such as Cambridge-based mental health charity Cogwheel Trust, and one of eBay’s chosen charitable organisations, Kiva.