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I worked at Crocs full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
Wonderful "technology" that has worldwide appeal
A unique position in the market place
Crazy good margins due to: Mold tech, cheap materials, lightweight, no packaging, easy supply chain (theoretically)
Boulder, CO LocationCons
Worst supply chain in the HISTORY of footwear (anyone in the "know" will acknowledge).
McCarval KILLED the company with his mismanagement and psychopathic behavior.
ZERO strategy for the last 3 years. Make that 4 since the new guys and gals will take 6 months to find the bathrooms.
No demand generation investment (e.g. Advertising) since 2010Advice to ManagementAdvice
Waiting well over a year for a guy who had a non compete from a slightly above average company was a HUGE mistake that put the company in "limbo" for 2+ years since it was dead in the water in 2013 with McCarvel...BOD knew this from Day #1 in 2013 since Ribatt was on the board...for a consumer brand, time is not their friend. Are the BOD purposely trying to "tank" the company to take it private? 100% of their decisions (if you can call them that) to date have been personal wealth motivated, so I fear that this is the direction. If so, why compensate the Executive Staff higher than any other footwear company, even Nike (google it, it's true) if you're going to fire a big chunk of the work force, close 100+ stores, not open any new ones, cut the line, not even bother to move the new Exec hires to where the company is located (wouldn't it be more economical to pay to move three people vs. move the whole company to Boston?) and essentially take the company to sub 1 Billion? Sad for the employees, shareholders and crocs consumers.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO