Josh Luber is the CEO and co-founder of Stockx, the world’s first “stock market of things.” StockX is an online marketplace that enables the buying and selling of high-demand consumer products, including sneakers, watches, handbags and streetwear. The platform connects buyers and sellers using the same method as the world’s stock markets – an anonymous, transparent and authentic ‘bid/ask’ market.
Prior to StockX, he founded Campless, a price guide for sneakers, while working as an IBM consultant. Campless, which evolved into StockX, was known as the Kelley Blue Book for sneakers — a “sneakerhead data” company that tracked the secondary market for sneaker sales, a $6 billion global industry.
Luber has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, London Financial Times, ESPN and The Daily Show, among others.