XHIBITION and NEXT Stores Revenue and Competitors

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  • XHIBITION and NEXT Stores's estimated annual revenue is currently $7.1M per year.(i)
  • XHIBITION and NEXT Stores's estimated revenue per employee is $228,465

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  • XHIBITION and NEXT Stores has 31 Employees.(i)
  • XHIBITION and NEXT Stores grew their employee count by 3% last year.
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XHIBITION and NEXT stores were founded by Robert Rosenthal who has spent a lifetime spent in the fashion industry. Beginning in the mid ’90s Robert Rosenthal and Steve Silver began the Next Urban Gear line of stores in the greater Cleveland area. Next pioneered the burgeoning relationship between streetwear and high fashion, and today that relationship has evolved into a legitimate movement within the fashion industry. NEXT currently operates 4 B&M locations in Northeast Ohio, as well as a newly launched online store, ruleofnext.com In 2014, XHIBITION was created to welcome this new change in the status quo. And since its inception has become the marquee boutique in Ohio for the “Hypebeast” fashion conscious. With two locations in the greater Cleveland Area (West 25th Street & Van Aken District) and an established website (xhibition.co), XHIBITION is a premier destination for contemporary menswear and exclusive footwear releases. As one of forty worldwide boutiques designated as a retailer of adidas Consortium product, XHIBITION is privy to the brand’s latest and most limited footwear launches and collaborations. In addition to being a member of the Consortium family, we are longtime partners with Nike and Air Jordan. In addition, we carry some of the most coveted apparel and accessory brands, including Off-White, John Elliott, Rhude, Acne Studios, Neighborhood, among many others.



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