Jet.com is a shopping site dedicated to saving more money. The Company has a mission to become the smartest way to shop and save on pretty much anything. Combining its pricing engine, a world-class technology and fulfillment platform, and good customer service, Jet.com has set out to create a new kind of e-commerce experience — and driven by its core values of trust, transparency, and fairness.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Walmart
HQ
Hoboken, US
Founded
2014
Website
jet.com
Jet.com was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Hoboken, US

Key People at Jet.com

Marc Lore

Marc Lore

Founder and CEO
Mike Hanrahan

Mike Hanrahan

CTO
Nathan Faust

Nathan Faust

COO
Liza Landsman

Liza Landsman

Chief Customer Officer
Thomas Ellis

Thomas Ellis

Director of Strategic Partnerships
Rand Davis

Rand Davis

Director of Software Engineering

Jet.com Office Locations

Jet.com has offices in Hoboken, Edgerton, Gardner, Salt Lake City and in 2 other locations
Hoboken, US (HQ)
221 River St
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Jet.com Data and Metrics

Jet.com Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
ModClothMarch 16, 2017
HayneedleFebruary 28, 2016$80 m

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Traffic Overview of Jet.com

Jet.com Online and Social Media Presence

Jet.com News and Updates

Jet.com is installing Latch access systems in 1,000 NYC apartment buildings for easier deliveries

 Jet, the online retailer bought by Walmart last year, has struck a deal with smart access provider Latch in an effort to make deliveries easier for its customers in urban areas. Over 100,000 residents living in 1,000 buildings will get free and full access to Latch’s residential “R” system for the …

Walmart's Jet.com just opened a temporary brick-and-mortar grocery store in New York

As Amazon maps out a host of physical stores, one of its chief rivals is also spilling out into the real world. Walmart-owned Jet.com opened a limited-time artisanal grocery and household accessory store in New York on Wednesday in a partnership with concept-based retailer Story. SEE ALSO: Amazo…

Jet.com bought ModCloth, which makes a strange kind of sense

Amazon has its private labels, and Walmart has Jet.com, which now has ModCloth.  The e-commerce subsidiary of Walmart on Friday closed a deal to buy ModCloth, the popular online retailer. The companies declined to confirm the price of the deal, but earlier reports pegged it between $50 and $75 m…

Walmart subsidiary Jet.com to buy ModCloth for less than $75m

 Online fashion retailer ModCloth, known for its vintage-inspired and indie apparel, is on the verge of being acquired by Walmart, by way of its subsidiary, Jet.com. The deal, which had already been rumored, is almost finalized and will fetch a price tag between $50 million and $75 million, sources …

A rivalry is heating up between Jet.com and Amazon for the internet’s highest-selling products

Clothes took over as the top-selling category online in the US, and Amazon is cornering the market. Owner of sites such as Zappos, it’s set…
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