Ministry of Supply

Ministry of Supply is a menswear brand spearheading a new category of clothing for performance professionals. Engineered for men who live with passion and purpose, we infuse technology into garments to solve the problem of discomfort associated with traditional business wear. Since our launch two years ago, we've been featured on the TODAY show, sold items in more than 70 countries, gathered a diverse community of fans, and, have inspired over thousands of customers to be their best every day.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Boston, US
Size (employees)
47 (est)+3%
Ministry of Supply is headquartered in Boston, US

Ministry of Supply Office Locations

Ministry of Supply has an office in Boston
Boston, US (HQ)
105 South St

Ministry of Supply Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Total Funding

$6 m

Latest funding size

$1 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years

Investors

Ministry of Supply's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $1 m. In total, Ministry of Supply has raised $6 m

Traffic Overview of Ministry of Supply

Ministry of Supply Online and Social Media Presence

Ministry of Supply News and Updates

Amazon has patented an automated on-demand clothing factory

Standard operating procedure in the apparel industry goes like this: Make clothes, and then sell them. It can take weeks, if not months, to manufacture…

A fantastical new world of high-tech, high-concept stores is here

Nobody knows what the future holds, but that has never stopped anyone trying to predict it. It’s a game countless US retailers are engaged in…

Adidas is kicking off the era of 3D-printed sneaker production with the Futurecraft 4D

Adidas has unveiled what it presented as a giant leap forward in the way sneakers are made. The company revealed a new sneaker, the Futurecraft…

Brands see the future of fashion in customized 3D-knitted garments produced while you wait

One of the futuristic promises of 3D printing in fashion was that one day the technology would allow you to walk into a store, give…

Startups are now pitching mental wellness like a perk

Startup life isn’t for the faint of heart. In venture capitalist Paul Graham’s 2009 blog post, “What startups are really like,” his 19-point checklist includes:…

The generation that grew up with Nike Dri-FIT is making dress shirts you could run a marathon in

In an era where jeans are stretchy and yoga pants are office attire, one might spare some pity for the men still confined to dress…
Show more

Ministry of Supply Company Life and Culture

You may also be interested in