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HUCKBERRY Revenue, Growth & Competitor Profile

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Huckberry Fast Facts

Revenue$50 - $100 million    See Exact Annual Revenue
Employees10 - 100Exact Company Size
Primary Industry454111 Online (Internet) Shopping
Additional NAICS Codes45411
Address351 Harriet Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Note: Revenues for privately held companies are statistical evaluations.

Huckberry's annual revenues are $50-$100 million (see exact revenue data) and has 10-100 employees. It is classified as operating in the Online (Internet) Shopping industry.

Huckberry's Annual Report & Profile shows critical firmographic facts:
  • What is the company's size? (Annual sales and employees)
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Huckberry Annual Revenue and Growth Rate

Huckberry Revenue Est.
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Growth Rate (%)# Employees
2016 Details in Premium Report

1-Year Growth Rate:
3-Year Growth Rate (CAGR):
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Note: Huckberry's revenues are gauged from an analysis of company filings.

Investor Activity

Huckberry has actively raised capital from investors. These investors may include private investors, venture capital firms, or other investment vehicles.

Date Investors Percent Raised Target Size
September 5, 2018 10 100%$3 MM
Complete list of funding rounds and total amounts in the Company Report

Huckberry's Income Statement (based on Industry Averages)

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Huckberry Revenue (Sales) Huckberry Premium Report
Cost of Goods Sold
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Operating Expenses
Salaries and wages
Other Operating Expenses
Total Operating Expenses
Operating Income
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Trademark Applications

Trademark applications show the products and services that Huckberry is developing and marketing. Huckberry's new tradmarks suggest it is investing in R&D and marketing, while expanding into new products or markets. Trademarks may include brand names, product names, logos and slogans.

Trademark Date
Sweatshirts, pullovers, jackets, sweaters for adults, children, men and women
Cups, glassware for whiskey, cocktails, and other beverages
Ankle boots; Ankle socks; Anklets; Anti-perspirant socks; Anti-sweat underclothing; Anti-sweat underwear; Ascots; Athletic apparel, namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear, hats and caps, athletic uniforms; Athletic footwear; Athletic footwear for Men; Athletic pants; Athletic shirts; Athletic shoes; Athletic shorts; Bandanas; Baseball caps; Baseball caps and hats; Baselayer bottoms; Baselayer tops; Basketball sneakers; Bathing caps; Bathing suits; Bathing suits for men; Bathing trunks; Beach cover-ups; Beach coverups; Beach footwear; Beach shoes; Beachwear; Beanies; Bed jackets; Belts; Belts for clothing; Belts made from imitation leather; Belts made of leather; Belts of textile; Bermuda shorts; Bicycle gloves; Bicycling gloves; Birding vests; Blazers; Board shorts; Boat shoes; Body shirts; Body suits; Body suits for Men; Bolo ties; Bomber jackets; Boots; Boots for motorcycling; Boots for sport; Bottoms; Bottoms for Men; Bow ties; Boxer briefs; Boxer shorts; Boxing shoes; Boxing shorts; Breeches; Briefs; Bucket caps; Business wear, namely, suits, jackets, trousers, blazers, blouses, shirts, skirts, dresses and footwear; Button down shirts; Camouflage gloves; Camouflage jackets; Camouflage pants; Camouflage shirts; Camouflage vests; Camp shirts; Cap visors; Capri pants; Capris; Caps; Caps with visors; Cardigans; Cargo pants; Climbing boots; Climbing footwear; Climbing shoes; Clothing for athletic use, namely, padded pants; Clothing for athletic use, namely, padded shirts; Clothing for athletic use, namely, padded shorts; Clothing, namely, arm warmers; Clothing, namely, athletic sleeves; Clothing, namely, base layers; Clothing, namely, hand-warmers; Clothing, namely, khakis; Clothing, namely, knee warmers; Clothing, namely, neck warmers; Coats; Coats for Men; Coats made of cotton; Coats of denim; Collared shirts; Collars; Combinations; Coveralls; Cravates; Cravats; Crew neck sweaters; Crew necks; Cross-country gloves; Cross-country mittens; Cycling shoes; Cycling shorts; Denim jackets; Denims; Down jackets; Down suits; Dress pants; Dry suits; Dust coats; Ear bands; Ear muffs; Ear warmers; Espadrilles; Evening coats; Eyeshades; Fashion hats; Fingerless gloves; Fishermen's jackets; Fishing shirts; Fishing vests; Fishing waders; Fitted shoe or boot covering to protect the shoes or boot from water or other damage; Fleece bottoms; Fleece pullovers; Fleece shorts; Fleece tops; Fleece vests; Footwear; Footwear for men; Footwear for track and field athletics; Footwear not for sports; Footwear, namely, rubbers; Footwear, namely, work boots; Fur cloaks; Fur coats; Fur coats and jackets; Fur hats; Fur jackets; Fur muffs; Gift packages sold as a unit consisting primarily of a sweatshirt and also including a photo frame, a coffee mug, and a tote bag; Gloves; Gloves as clothing; Gloves for apparel; Gloves including those made of skin, hide or fur; Golf caps; Golf cleats; Golf pants, shirts and skirts; Golf shirts; Golf shoes; Golf shorts; Golf spikes; Golf trousers; Graphic T-shirts; Greatcoats; Gym boots; Gym pants; Gym shorts; Gym suits; Handball shoes; Hat bands; Hats; Head scarves; Head sweatbands; Head wear; Headbands; Headbands against sweating; Headbands for clothing; Headwear; Headwear for Men; Heavy coats; Heavy jackets; Helmet liners; Henley shirts; Hiking boots; Hiking jackets; Hiking trousers; Hooded pullovers; Hooded sweat shirts; Hooded sweatshirts; Hooded sweatshirts for Men; Hoods; Horse-riding boots; Horse-riding pants; Hunting boot bags; Hunting boots; Hunting jackets; Hunting pants; Hunting shirts; Hunting vests; Inner soles; Insoles; Insoles for footwear; Jackets; Jackets and socks; Jackets for Men; Jandals; Jeans; Jerkins; Jodhpurs; Jogging pants; Jogging suits; Jump suits; Kaftans; Knee-high stockings; Knit bottoms; Knit face masks; Knit jackets; Knit shirts; Knit tops; Knitted caps; Knitted gloves; Knitted underwear; Knot caps; Knotted caps; Lace boots; Leather belts; Leather boots; Leather coats; Leather hats; Leather headwear; Leather jackets; Leather pants; Leather shirts; Leather shoes; Leather slippers; Leather vests; Leg warmers; Leg-warmers; Leggings; Leisure shoes; Leisure suits; Light-reflecting coats; Light-reflecting jackets; Loafers; Long jackets; Long johns; Long sleeve pullovers; Long sleeved vests; Long underwear; Long-sleeved shirts; Lounge pants; Mantillas; Men's dress socks; Men's socks; Men's suits; Men's underwear; Mock turtle-neck sweaters; Moisture-wicking sports pants; Moisture-wicking sports shirts; Motorcycle gloves; Motorcycle jackets; Motorcycle rain suits; Motorcyclist boots; Mountaineering boot liners; Mountaineering boots; Mountaineering shoes; Mufflers; Mukluks; Mules; Neck bands; Neck scarfs; Neck scarves; Non-slip soles for footwear; Open-necked shirts; Outdoor gloves; Outdoor mittens; Outer jackets; Over coats; Over shirts; Overcoats; Padded jackets; Padding jackets; Pants; Pants for Men; Pea coats; Peacoats; Perspiration absorbent strap to be used in the bill of a hat; Perspiration absorbent underwear clothing; Petticoats; Pinnies in the nature of scrimmage vests for use in sports; Pique shirts; Plimsolls; Plus fours; Pocket squares; Polo knit tops; Polo shirts; Protective neck and arm guards made of neoprene or other materials to prevent wetsuit chafing; Pullovers; Quilted vests; Rain boots; Rain coats; Rain hats; Rain jackets; Rain suits; Rain trousers; Rain wear; Raincoats; Rainproof jackets; Rainwear; Reversible jackets; Riding boots; Riding coats; Riding gloves; Riding shoes; Rompers; Rubber shoes; Rugby shirts; Rugby shoes; Rugby shorts; Rugby tops; Running shoes; Running suits; Sandals; Sandals and beach shoes; Shell jackets; Shirts; Shirts and short-sleeved shirts; Shirts and slips; Shirts for suits; Shirts for Men; Shoe dowels; Shoe pegs; Shoe soles; Shoe uppers; Shoes; Shoes for Men; Shoes with hook and pile fastening tapes; Short petticoats; Short trousers; Short-sleeve shirts; Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts; Short-sleeved shirts; Shorts; Shorts for Men; Singlets; Ski and snowboard shoes and parts thereof; Ski boot bags; Ski boot cases; Ski boot liners; Ski boots; Ski gloves; Ski jackets; Ski masks; Ski pants; Ski suits; Ski trousers; Ski wear; Skiing shoes; Skiwear; Skullies; Slacks; Sleep shirts; Sleepwear; Sleeved or sleeveless jackets; Sleeveless jerseys; Slipper soles; Slippers; Small hats; Smoking jackets; Sneakers; Snow boarding suits; Snow boots; Snow pants; Snow suits; Snowboard boot liners; Snowboard boots; Snowboard gloves; Snowboard jackets; Snowboard mittens; Snowboard pants; Snowboard trousers; Soccer boots; Soccer shoes; Socks; Socks and stockings; Soles; Sport coats; Sport shirts; Sports caps and hats; Sports jackets; Sports jerseys and breeches for sports; Sports overuniforms; Sports pants; Sports shirts; Sports shirts with short sleeves; Sports shoes; Sports vests; Stuff jackets; Suede jackets; Suit coats; Suits; Suits of leather; Sun visors; Sunsuits; Surf wear; Suspender belts; Suspender belts for men; Suspenders; Swaddling clothes; Sweat bands; Sweat jackets; Sweat pants; Sweat shirts; Sweat shorts; Sweat suits; Sweat-absorbent socks; Sweat-absorbent underclothing; Sweat-absorbent underwear; Sweatbands; Sweaters; Sweaters for Men; Sweatpants; Sweatpants for Men; Sweatshirts; Sweatshirts for Men; Sweatsocks; Sweatsuits; Swim caps; Swim suits; Swim trunks; Swim wear; Swim wear for gentlemen and ladies; Swimming caps; Swimming costumes; Swimming trunks; Swimsuits; Swimwear; T-shirts; T-shirts for Men; Tank tops; Tank-tops; Tee shirts; Tee-shirts; Tennis shoes; Tennis wear; Thermal socks; Thermal underwear; Ties; Tongue or pullstrap for shoes and boots; Top coats; Topcoats; Tops; Tops for Men; Track and field shoes; Track jackets; Track pants; Track suits; Training shoes; Training suits; Travel clothing contained in a package comprising reversible jackets, pants, skirts, tops and a belt or scarf; Trekking boots; Trekking jackets; Trekking trousers; Trench coats; Trousers for sweating; Trousers for Men; Trousers of leather; Trunks; Turtle neck shirts; Turtleneck pullovers; Turtleneck sweaters; Twin sets; Underclothes; Underclothing; Undergarments; Underpants; Undershirts; Underwear; V-neck sweaters; Valenki; Vested suits; Vests; Visors; Volleyball shoes; Waist bands; Waist belts; Waistbands; Waistcoats; Walking shorts; Warm up outfits; Warm up suits; Warm-up suits; Water proof boots; Water repelling boots; Water repelling footwear; Water repelling leather boots; Water repelling leather shoes and boots; Water ski boot liners; Waterproof footwear; Waterproof jackets and pants; Waterproof leather boots; Waterproof leather shoes; Waterproof leather shoes and boots; Waterskiing suits; Wearable garments and clothing, namely, shirts; Wet suit gloves; Wet suits; Wet suits for water-skiing; Wet suits for water-skiing and sub-aqua; Wetsuits; Wetsuits for water-skiing; Wind coats; Wind pants; Wind resistant jackets; Wind shirts; Wind suits; Wind vests; Wind-jackets; Wind-resistant vests; Windcheaters; Windjammers; Windshirts; Winter boots; Winter coats; Woollen socks; Woollen tights; Woolly hats; Work shoes and boots; Working overalls; Woven bottoms; Woven shirts; Woven shirts for Men; Woven tops; Wristbands containing a cooling substance to cool the wearer; Zori

See all trademarks and details in the Full Report.

Recession Risk

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Market Share of Competition: Huckberry vs. Largest Competitors

A competitive analysis shows these companies are in the same general field as Huckberry, even though they may not compete head-to-head. These are the largest companies by revenue. However, they may not have the largest market share in this industry if they have diversified into other business lines. The "Competition" section of a business plan or investment memorandum would start by analyzing the information about these companies. Competitive advantage comes from offering better pricing or superior products/service.

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Nearby Competitors

These companies are similar in business line and location to Huckberry. While some companies compete with neighboring businesses for customers, other companies may compete to attract skilled employees.

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Fastest Growing Competitors

These companies are in the same general field as Huckberry and are rapidly expanding. Companies may grow organically or through acquisition. In some cases apparently high growth rates may be caused by data that weren't available in previous years.

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Huckberry Competitors