JUUL is a manufacturer and distributor of cigarette starters, vape pens and refill cartridges.
JUUL is a privately held company. K.S. Crostwait is the CEO of JUUL and has an approval rating of 72 from members. The last round of financing for JUUL was debt of $ 721.6 million. USA in February 2020. JUUL’s main competitor is Eonsmoke, led by Michael Tolmach, who is their co-founder and CEO. JUUL has 122 followers.
JUUL’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Juul top competitors include: Eonsmoke, Mistic, Vapor4Life, blu, Logic, Ovaleusa, Cue Vapor, Mipod, VUSE and International Vapor.
Together they gathered more than 130.3 million people from their approximately 3.2 thousand employees. JUUL revenue ranks first among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 480.2M. JUUL has 1,200 employees and ranks 1st among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 442.
- Website: juul.com
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- Founded: 2007
- Est. Annual Revenue: $2B
- Est. Employees: 1,200
- Headquarters: 1625 North Market Blvd Suite N 112 Sacramento, California 95834
Eonsmoke is the main competitor of JUUL. Headquartered in Clifton, NJ, Eonsmoke was founded in 2011. Eonsmoke competes in computers, peripherals, networks and electronic equipment. Eonsmoke brings 27% of revenue in July.
Mistic is perceived as one of the largest competitors of JUUL. Mistic was founded in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2012. Like JUUL, Mistic also works in computers, peripherals, networks and electronic equipment. Compared to JUUL, Mistic generates $ 1.3 billion less in revenue.
Vapor4Life is considered one of the main competitors of JUUL. Vapor4Life is a privately held company that was founded in Northbrook, Illinois in 2008. Like JUUL, Vapor4Life also works in computers, peripherals, networks and electronic equipment.