Zebit is an e-commerce marketplace that allows consumers to buy furniture and electronic goods on credit.
Zebit is headquartered in San Diego, California. Mark Schneider is President and CEO of Zebit. Zebit raised a total of $ 85 million. Zebit’s main competitors are Affirm, FuturePay and Katapult. As of August 2019, Zebit had 49.5k Facebook fans and 350 Twitter followers.
Zebit’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Zebit top competitors include: Affirm, FuturePay, Katapult, Fidelity, WePay, Automated Payment Systems, Sterling, PSN, Square and Deko.
Together they have raised over 2.3 billion of their roughly 5.6 thousand employees. Zebit’s revenue is ranked 10th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 Competitors with an average of 490.9 million. Zebit employs 50 people and is ranked 8th among the top 10 competitors.
- Website: zebit.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
- Founded: 2015
- Est. Annual Revenue: $3M
- Est. Employees: 50
- Headquarters: 9530 Towne Centre Drive Suite 200 San Diego, California 92121
Affirm is Zebit’s main competitor. Affirm is a privately held company that was founded in 2012 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Affirm operates in the diversified financial services industry. Compared to Zebit, Affirm has 750 employees.
FuturePay is considered one of Zebit’s biggest competitors. FuturePay was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. FuturePay operates in the field of software applications. FuturePay brings in 908.7 thousand dollars less revenue compared to Zebit.
Katapult is considered one of Zebit’s main competitors. Katapult was founded in 2014 in New York, NY. Katapult competes in consumer finance and credit cards. Compared to Zebit, Katapult brings in $ 12 million more in revenue.