MeUndies Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- MeUndies's estimated revenue is currently $19.1M per year.
- MeUndies's estimated revenue per employee is $181714
- MeUndies's total funding is $6.1M.
- MeUndies has 105 Employees.
- MeUndies grew their employee count by 9% last year.
- MeUndies currently has 8 job openings.
|Tj Stein||VP of Customer Experience|
|Nadia Hruska||Director of Planning|
|Ben Berry||Sr. Creative Director|
|Justin Lalezarian||Director of Engineering and Digital Product|
|Peter Zimmermann||Director Of Retail Operations|
|Matt Kerbel||Senior Director, Brand Innovation|
|Andres Engel||Chief Of Staff|
|Jeffrey Camera||Director Of Merchandising|
|Jason Worrel||Director of Finance|
|Terry Lee||Director, Retention|
What Is MeUndies?
MeUndies disrupted the $110B underwear industry when it launched the first online underwear subscription model in 2011. Founder Jonathan Shokrian identified a market gap during his own shopping experience. Nothing about underwear shopping was enjoyable - other brands were hyper-sexualized, overcomplicated, uncomfortable and inconvenient. He recognized that no one in the industry was offering their customers the experience that modern consumers expect. Jonathan started MeUndies to provide a fun and simple offering with a relentless emphasis on quality and service. Unlike many startup peers, MeUndies has seen tremendous success achieving profitability with double-digit YoY growth since. To date it has sold over 7M pairs of underwear in all 50 states and in 37 countries around the world. MeUndies offers both men's and women's underwear as well as socks, bralettes and loungewear. It opened its first brick and mortar retail location at Westfield Century City, beginning a new chapter in the company's expansion plans.keywords:Subscription,E-Commerce,Fashion,Finance,Human Resources Hr,Retail
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Charming Trim &...||$8.4M||41||11%|
MeUndies is listening. Not in the creepy way, mind you, just to what customers who wear the direct-to-consumer brand's products actually want ...
Enter MeUndies launched by CEO and Founder Jonathan Shokrian in 2011 to change the way people buy and feel about underwear.
Shokrian says MeUndies has now sold over 10 million pairs of underwear and has been profitable in each of the past three years. MeUndies ...