StockX co-founder Josh Luber has announced his departure from the company. Luber took to Instagram to post a ‘thank you’ message, before the news was confirmed by Business of Fashion.
Back in 2019, Luber stepped down from his position as CEO, with eBay senior vice president of Americas Scott Cutler taking over the role.
‘It was always my intention from the day I started StockX that I would start another start-up – and then probably after that, another one and another one,’ said Luber.
Luber founded StockX in 2015 alongside Dan Gilbert, Chris Kaufman, and Greg Schwartz, and has taken the company from sneaker price guide to arguably the world's biggest sneaker/streetwear marketplace. In 2019, the company was valued at over $1 billion.
We’re not sure whether Luber’s next venture will be within the sneaker realm, but BOF says he’s currently working on his next project in ‘stealth mode’.