Patagonia operates as a clothing and apparel company that offers clothing for yoga, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, surfing and treadmills.
Patagonia is headquartered in Ventura, California. Patagonia generates 333.3 thousand. Dollars of income per employee. The main competitor of Patagonia is Marmot, led by Ravi Saligram, who is their CEO. Patagonia has 5,909 subscribers per owner.
Patagonia’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Patagonia top competitors include: Marmot, Arc’teryx, North Face, Carve Designs, L.L. Bean, Carhartt, KEEN, Belstaff, Scheels and Osprey.
Together they raised more than 0 between their approximately 21.6 thousand employees. Patagonia revenues are third among the top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors averaged 624.1 million. Patagonia employs 3,000 people and is ranked 4th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 2,237.
- Website: patagonia.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook
- Founded: 1973
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1B
- Est. Employees: 3,000
- Headquarters: 259 W Santa Clara Street Ventura, California 93001
Groundhog is Patagonia’s largest competitor. Marmot was founded in 1974, and its headquarters is in Rohnert Park, California. Marmot works in the clothing and footwear industry. Marmot employs 2,800 less people than Patagonia.
Arc’teryx was one of the main competitors of Patagonia. Arc’teryx is a privately held company founded in 1989 in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Arc’teryx is a clothing retailer. Arc’teryx has 2,093 less employees against Patagonia.
The north side is the competitor No. 3 of Patagonia. North Face was founded in 1966 in Alameda, California. North Face is located in clothing and footwear. North Face generates $ 1 billion more revenue than Patagonia.