Newegg.com is an online store selling computer equipment, home appliances and beauty products.
Newegg is headquartered in Industry, California. Fred Chang is the chairman and CEO of Newegg. Newegg’s main competitors are Tiger Direct Business, Micro Electronics and Digi-Key. As of October 2017, Newegg has 1.5M fans on Facebook and 120.7K followers on Twitter.
Newegg’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Newegg top competitors include: Tiger Direct Business, Micro Electronics, Digi-Key, Fry’s, Best Buy, Ingram Micro and RadioShack.
Together they raised over 86.5M between their estimated 183.8K employees. Newegg’s revenue ranked 5th among its top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors were 12.5B on average. Newegg has 2,500 employees and is ranked 7th out of 10 best competitors. The average number of Top 10 competitors is 22,626.
- Website: newegg.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
- Founded: 2001
- Est. Annual Revenue: $2.7B
- Est. Employees: 2,500
- Headquarters: 17560 Rowland Street City of Industry, California 91748
Tiger Direct Business
Tiger Direct Business is perceived as one of Newegg’s biggest competitors. Tiger Direct Business was founded in 1988 and its headquarters are in Miami, Florida. Tiger Direct Business works in the field of computers, peripherals, network and electronic equipment. The revenue from Tiger Direct Business is $1.5 billion less than from Newegg.
Micro Electronics is Newegg’s main competitor. Micro Electronics is a private company that was founded in 1979 in Hilliard, Ohio. Micro Electronics works in the field of computers, peripherals, network and electronic equipment. Compared to Newegg, Micro Electronics employs 200 more people.
Digi-Key is the No. 3 competitor of Newegg. Digi-Key is headquartered in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, and was founded in 1972. Like Newegg, Digi-Key also operates in the computer and electronics retail sector. Digi-Key generates 117 percent of Newegg’s revenue.