It’s a big moment for Ancorotti Cosmetics: the Crema-based company, one of the most important in Italian make-up third-party production, will increase its production portfolio by launching a new perfume division. This should result in the hiring at least another 100 employees by 2025. Senator Ancorotti is also involved in the creation of a new hairdressing register.

Founded in 2009 by Renato Ancorotti (President) and his daughter Enrica (Vice President and co-CEO), the company is a global leader in the third-party production of make-up, an excellence in the Italian rich panorama of third-party beauty manufacturers. Based in the North of Italy, Ancorotti Cosmetics has been able to grow exponentially supplying the most famous brands in the world with its high-end make-up products. Now it is time to start a new chapter opening another important division that promises an even greater future.

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Renato Ancorotti revealed at the recent Cosmoprof Bologna 2024 that they are working on a new 5,000 square meter factory near their headquarters in Crema, which will be dedicated to the production of perfumes for third parties, with a production capacity of 45/50 million pieces per year.
It is a new business that adds an important sector to the company’s offer and in which they have invested around 18 million euros, a good part of which is cutting-edge machinery.

The factory will be ready in July and, by the end of 2025, according to the plan, it will create new jobs for around a hundred people. An important boost for the company’s revenues, which is already recording significant growth rates, especially in the export markets: “We closed 2023 at 115 million euros, exporting 100 million made in Italy products abroad; based on the orders already acquired, this year we expect a turnover of 153 million and the estimate for 2025 is to reach 180 million”, says Ancorotti. Our first market is Germany with 25% of the total, although from there our products are sold all over the world; followed in order by France, Italy, the United States and Eastern Europe”.

Renato Ancorotti, as a Senator of the Italian Parliament, is committed to supporting the Italian hair and beauty industry: he is currently working on the creation of a register of the hairdressing category. This is an important sector in Italy involving 200 thousand people, and 90 thousand businesses and has around 40 million users every year, placing it in second place among the craft categories after construction.