Zappos is an online retailer specializing in shoes and apparel. The Company sells many different types of footwear, including running shoes, soccer cleats, basketball shoes, high heels, dress shoes, slippers, sandals, and even Crocs. It also serves the niche shoe markets, including narrow and wide widths, hard-to-find sizes and vegan shoes. The company's inventory also includes clothing, handbags, eyewear, watches and kids’ merchandise.

TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyAmazon
HQLas Vegas, NV, US
Founded1999
Websitezappos.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
Zappos was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Las Vegas, NV, US

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Key People/Management at Zappos

Tony Hsieh

Tony Hsieh

CEO

Zappos Office Locations

Zappos has an office in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV, US (HQ)
400 Stewart Ave
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Zappos Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1999

Total Funding

$62.8 m

Investors

In total, Zappos had raised $62.8 m. Zappos is a subsidiary of Amazon

Zappos Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

83/100

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Zappos Online and Social Media Presence

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Zappos Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C

    65/100

  • CEO Rating

    D

    59/100

  • Compensation

    B

    75/100

  • Diversity

    C

    63/100

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Zappos News and Updates

Tony Hsieh suffered a 'psychotic break' on a bus trip in late June. It led loved ones to attempt interventions and paved the way for his Zappos resignation. (AMZN)

Summary List PlacementA late June incident marked a dark turning point for Tony Hsieh, and may have paved the way for his quiet resignation as the CEO of Zappos later in the summer, Business Insider has learned. In late June, the Zappos CEO left his budding community in Park City, Utah, for his fi…

The Wall Street Journal: The final days of Zappos founder Tony Shieh

Entrepreneur who died last month after a Connecticut fire, appeared to lose his way after giving up his day-to-day role at the online shoe retailer, which he sold to Amazon.com in 2009, in August.

Tony Hsieh sold Zappos for $1.2 billion in his 30s. He was dead by 46. Inside his final Park City months, where he hoped to deliver more happiness as he spiraled.

Summary List PlacementA fire truck and an ambulance whirred into one of Park City's tonier enclaves the Tuesday evening after Labor Day, summoned to action by an alarming report. At a 9-bedroom estate, recently purchased by a newcomer to the picturesque ski town, there were "flames shooting into t…

Tony Hsieh, the late former CEO of Zappos, wrote the definitive playbook on corporate culture. Here are 4 lessons from his bestseller 'Delivering Happiness.'

Summary List PlacementTributes continue to pour in for Tony Hsieh, the entrepreneur famed for building online shoe and clothing giant Zappos. Hsieh died on November 27  due to injuries he sustained from a house fire in Connecticut. He was 46 years old. Tributes came from those who had not only met…

Tony Hsieh Used to Ask a Really Weird Question at Zappos, and It's Definitely Worth Remembering

It wasn't just the question. It was the idea behind it.
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Zappos Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Zappos founded?

    Zappos was founded in 1999.

  • Who are Zappos key executives?

    Zappos's key executives are Tony Hsieh.

  • How many employees does Zappos have?

    Zappos has 1,473 employees.

  • Who are Zappos competitors?

    Competitors of Zappos include Aldo, Reserved and Zando.

  • Where is Zappos headquarters?

    Zappos headquarters is located at 400 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas.

  • Where are Zappos offices?

    Zappos has an office in Las Vegas.

  • How many offices does Zappos have?

    Zappos has 1 office.