L.L. Bean is a seller of goods for hunting, fishing, camping, boating, shooting and camping.
L.L. Bean is a privately held company. Stephen Smith is President and CEO of L.L. Bean and has an approval rating of 80 from Owler members. The main competitor L.L. Bean – Bass Pro Shops, led by Johnny Morris, who is their CEO. L.L. Bina 992 followers.
L.L. Bean’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Llbean top competitors include: Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s, Icebreaker, Smartwool, Dick’s, Woolrich, UGG, White Sierra, RageOn! and West Paw Design.
Together, they raised more than 1.3 billion people among their 115.9 thousand employees. Revenues L.L. Bean ranked 4th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 2B. L.L. State Bean has 5,000 employees and ranks 5th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 10,978.
- Website: llbean.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter LinkedIn Facebook
- Founded: 1912
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.6B
- Est. Employees: 5,000
- Headquarters: 15 Casco St Freeport, Maine 04033
Bass Pro Shops
Bass Pro Shops is the main competitor to L.L. Bean. Bass Pro Shops is a privately held company that was founded in Springfield, Missouri, in 1972. Like L.L. Bean, Bass Pro Shops also operates in the retail sector. Bass Pro Shops employs 25,000 more people than L.L. Bean.
Cabela’s is considered one of the largest competitors of L.L. Bina. Cabela’s was founded in Sydney, Nebraska, in 1961. Like L.L. Bean, Cabela’s also competes in retail. Compared to L.L. Bean, Cabela’s generates revenue of $ 2.5 billion more.
The Icebreaker is perceived as one of L.L. Bina. The Icebreaker was founded in 1995, with headquarters in Auckland, Auckland. Like L.L. Bean, Icebreaker also works in the retail industry. An icebreaker generates $ 1.4 billion less revenue than L.L. Bean.