John Lewis and Asda are two high-street names that stock the LCD television sets designed and made by this Yorkshire company. Cello Electronics outsources most of its work, employing a team in China to design the sets, and subcontracting manufacturing to two factories in north England. Founded in 1996 by Brian Palmer, it recently launched a television set with space for users to dock an iPod so that they can watch downloaded films. Sales at the company have grown 36% a year from £8.7m in 2005 to an annualised £21.8m in 2008.
This profile reflects the company at time of publication and does not reflect any changes that may have subsequently occurred. Fast Track and its sponsors do not endorse, guarantee or recommend investment in any of the companies.