Curacao is the most exciting Department Store format, Consumer Electronics Retail business in the Southwestern United States! Our 100,000+ square foot retail stores offer a huge selection of the latest consumer electronic products. Curacao ranks among the top 100 Electronics and Appliance Retailers in the U.S., larger than many nationwide companies whose stores number in the thousands. This feat is made possible by Curacao's unique relationship with its customers. Curacao gains momentum with each passing year and plans to enter markets in many new cities over the next decade. The key to our continuing success, however, is the caliber of our associates and the outstanding service which we provide.
Type
Private
HQ
Los Angeles, US
Founded
1978
Size (employees)
794 (est)+2%
Curacao was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, US
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Key People/Management at Curacao

Ron Azarkman

Ron Azarkman

President
Jerry Azarkman

Jerry Azarkman

Owner

Curacao Office Locations

Curacao has an office in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, US (HQ)
1605 W Olympic Blvd
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Curacao Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1978

Total Funding

$15 m

Latest funding size

$15 m

Time since last funding

7 years ago
Curacao's latest funding round in August 2011 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Curacao has raised $15 m
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Curacao News and Updates

Nissan: Eight out of 10 Latin Americans open to buying an electric vehicle

Eight out of 10 Latin Americans are willing to buy an electric vehicle, according to a study commissioned by Nissan. With the proper measures, Latin America has opportunities to speed up the adoption of electric and autonomous vehicles, according to the study by C230, a consultant branch of the thin…

Travel Industry Is Urging Tourists to Return to the Caribbean After Storms

The Caribbean will be open for its high season but the visitor experience will vary greatly across the region. Even some hurricane-ravaged islands will be operational, but not like they were before Irma and Maria tore through. -Dan Peltier
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