Gap is an online marketplace that allows users to buy clothes for women, men and children.
Gap is a private company. Art Peck is the CEO of Gap and has a 68 member approval rating. The main competitor of Gap is Uniqlo headed by Tadashi Yanai, who is their president and CEO. Gap has 391 followers.
Gap’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Gap top competitors include: Uniqlo, ZARA, Inditex, H&M, Forever 21, Gap, boohoo, J. Crew, Abercrombie & Fitch, AEO, URBN, Gucci, Topshop, Mango, Aeropostale, M&S, Buckle, Pull & Bear, Fashion Nova, River Island, rue21, Primark , TJX, Ross Stores, Miss Selfridge, Charlotte Russe and Aritzia.
Together they lifted over 1.5B between their estimated 1.4M employees. Gap’s revenue ranked 28th among its top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors, on average, 7.1B. Gap has 138 employees and ranks 26th among the top 10 competitors. The average number of top 10 competitors is 53,504.
Uniqlo is Gap’s main competitor. Uniqlo is headquartered in Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, and was founded in 1949. Uniqlo operates in the clothing retail sector. Uniqlo’s revenue is 347,574% of Gap.
ZARA is considered one of the main competitors of Gap. ZARA is headquartered in A Coruna, Other, and was founded in 1974. ZARA is a competitor in the clothing retail industry. ZARA generates 956,233% of Gap’s revenue.
Inditex is one of the main competitors of Gap. The company Inditex was founded in 1963, and its headquarters are located in A Coruña, Galicia. Inditex competes in the clothing retail sector. Inditex has 176,473 employees more than Gap.