Foot Locker is a shoe retailer that specializes in sports shoes, casual shoes and sneakers.
The headquarters of Foot Locker is located in New York. Foot Locker has a revenue of $7.4B and employs 15,470 people. The main competitors of Foot Locker are the shoe carnival, the finish line and the famous shoes. As of August 2019, Foot Locker has 6.2M fans on Facebook and 1.5M followers on Twitter.
Foot Locker’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Footlocker top competitors include: Shoe Carnival, Finish Line, Famous Footwear, ASOS, Dick’s, Shoe Show, Rack Room, Designer Brands, JD Sports, Eastbay.com, PUMA, La Martina and New Balance.
Together they raised more than 1.5B between their estimated 81.9K employees. Foot Locker has 15,470 employees and ranks 2nd among 10 best competitors. The top ten competitors have an average of 5,935 employees.
Headquarters: 330 West 34th Street New York, New York 10001
Shoe Carnival is the number 1 competition among shoe lockers. The headquarters of the Shoe Carnival is located in Evansville, Indiana, and was founded in 1978. Shoe Carnival Shoes competes in the clothing retail industry. Shoe Carnival brings 12% of the shoe store’s revenue.
Finish Line is one of the main competitors of Foot Locker. The company Finish Line was founded in 1976 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Finish Line works in the field of retail distributors. Compared with Foot Locker, “Finish Line” brings 5.6 billion dollars less income.
Famous shoes is one of the main competitors of Foot Locker. Known site . Shoes – is a company producing products / brand / service, which was founded in 1960 in St. Louis, Missouri. Famous Footwear company works in the field of retail distributors. Compared with a shoe store, the staff of Famous Footwear company is 14 920 people less.