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It was announced in April that Lovehoney, the sexual wellness company, was named one of the winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.

The UK’s most prestigious business awards praised the adult retailer for ‘outstanding and continuous growth’, with international sales reaching £56 million. This means Lovehoney can now fly the Queen’s Awards flag at their main office and use Her Majesty’s emblem across their packaging and advertising.

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Selling everything from lingerie to personal grooming and toys, Lovehoney also offers sex advice on its blog and podcast. The brand was launched from founder Richard Longhurst’s bedroom in 2002 and now has a customer base of 2.2 million people (and counting) with 300 employees.

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Sexual wellness brand Lovehoney’s offerings include a collection of eco-conscious toys and a sustainable lingerie range

It’s no surprise the business is in growth as sales of intimate toys saw a huge increase in 2020, likely due to lockdowns. They’ve also recently proved themselves forward-thinking with a sustainable lingerie range and collection of eco-conscious toys.


Lovehoney has launched four sexy advent calendars for 2021, starting at £60

The innovative brand has unveiled four advent calendars for 2021: Christmas countdowns for him or for her, a 24-day calendar for couples and a £60 lingerie calendar that’s available in plus size. If you’re looking for glamorous or festive Christmas lingerie, you’ll also find a new collection available on the website.

What are The Queen’s Awards?

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise were first created following a recommendation of a committee chaired by the Duke of Edinburgh in 1965. Originally known as the Queen’s Awards to Industry, the first winners were announced the following year.


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Other winners for 2021 include London’s Luminary Bakery, where survivors of domestic abuse can work to learn new skills, and The Community Shop in South Yorkshire, a social enterprise offering surplus food from big chains to disadvantaged customers at discounted prices. See the full list of winners here.

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