Hodinkee Stock

hodinkee.comConsumer & Lifestyle / E-commerceFounded: 2008

Hodinkee was established in 2008, opening up its first storefront in 2012, establishing itself in the vintage wristwatch realm. Founder and CEO Benjamin Clymer taps into a historical and cutting-edge technique that makes their collections unique. By collecting stories about watches, collectors, watchmakers, etc., they can share stories and memorabilia.

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Jeffery Fowler
Chief Executive Officer
Andrew Shin
Chief Product & Technology Officer
Carlos Rivera-Anaya
Chief Marketing Officer
Camille Boothe
Chief People Officer
Eneuri Acosta
Chief Brand Officer
Russell Kelly
Chief Commercial Officer
Benjamin Clymer
Founder

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News Highlights

Hodinkee’s Jeffery Fowler on evolving the watch industry, collaborating with John Mayer and taking over Supreme SoHo

In March 2022, Jeffery Fowler was appointed CEO of 15-year-old watch hub Hodinkee. First started as a watch blog by Benjamin Clymer, who formerly worked in finance, Hodinkee has since evolved to encompass an e-commerce platform, a print publication and even watch insurance services.

Atlanta's Crown & Caliber acquired by luxury watch content leader Hodinkee

Hodinkee, a New York-based company that produces content on luxury watches, is buying Crown & Caliber after receiving a $40 million Series B investment, which made the deal possible. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Hodinkee Raises 40M in Series B Financing

Hodinkee, a NYC-based brand for all things watches, closed its $40M Series B funding round. The round was led by TCG, an affiliate of The Chernin Group, LLC, with participation from LVMH Luxury Ventures, True Ventures, Tony Fadell’s Future Shape, Tom Brady, GV and John Mayer.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024

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