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Company Overview of Fanatics, Inc.
Fanatics, Inc. engages in the online retail of sports merchandise in the United States and internationally. It offers college sports apparels and jerseys for men, women, and kids; and fan gears and collectibles. Fanatics, Inc. was formerly known as Football Fanatics, Inc. and changed its name to Fanatics, Inc. in June 2011. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Jacksonville, Florida. As of June 17, 2011, Fanatics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Kynetic L.L.C.
5245 Commonwealth Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32254
Founded in 1995
Key Executives for Fanatics, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Fanatics, Inc. Key Developments
Chegg Teams Up with Fanatics
Nov 3 14
Chegg announced that it is teaming up with Fanatics to deliver a broad assortment of college gear to more students and recent grads. Through the partnership, officially licensed school-branded apparel will be available for sale through Chegg. The students, parents and recent grads who use Chegg will receive special offers and deals on their favorite merchandise from their schools and alma maters, with Fanatics fulfilling the orders.
JCPenney Teams Up With Fanatics to Score an All-New Online Fan Shop
Sep 2 14
JCPenney announced the launch of an all-new Sports Fan Shop experience on JCPenney.com that will be powered by Fanatics. Fanatics, which operates the e-commerce platform for hundreds of collegiate and professional sports teams, leagues and media sites, will provide fans with an enormous selection of team sports apparel and merchandise at JCPenney.com with over 300,000 licensed products spanning all the major sports leagues. The Sports Fan Shop on JCPenney.com features new product categories, technology, seamless navigation and a quick checkout process. Shoppers will also benefit from a flexible return policy, which includes low-cost shipping options and satisfaction guarantees. Fanatics can also ensure quick delivery to fans around the world due to their multiple distribution outlets located across the country.
Fanatics Appoints Matt Madrigal as New Chief Technology and Product Officer
Aug 28 14
Fanatics reported that Matt Madrigal has joined the company as Chief Technology and Product Officer. Madrigal will play a key role in shaping technology and mobile strategy, while expanding the company's product development and data capabilities to support the next generation of growth for the sports eCommerce company. The company announced that Madrigal was most recently SVP of eCommerce & Marketing for Williams-Sonoma, Inc., where he led all digital commerce and mobile technology functions for a portfolio of home furnishings brands, such as Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn and West Elm, helping to grow the company's eCommerce business to over two billion dollars in 2013.
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