Marston's is Young’s's biggest rival. Marston's was founded in Wolverhampton, England} in 1834. Marston's operates in the Brewers industry. Compared to Young’s, Marston's generates $1.2B more revenue.
Greene King is Young’s's #2 rival. Greene King's headquarters is in Suffolk, England, and was founded in 1799. Greene King competes in the Food Processing field. Greene King generates 741% of Young’s's revenue.
Young’s's revenue is the ranked 6th among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 2.3B. Over the last three quarters, Young’s's revenue has decreased by 0%. Specifically, in Q1 2020's revenue was $386.2M; in Q4 2019, it was $386.2M; in Q3 2019, it was $386.2M.
These are all the companies that Young’s has acquired. Young’s' latest acquisition was Redcomb Pubs Ltd in Jan 2019. Redcomb Pubs owns and operates a chain of pubs, bars and restaurants in London.
Since Young’s was founded in 1831, it has participated in 1 round of funding. In total Young’s has raised $86.2M. Young’s' funding round was on May 2020 for a total of $86.2M
No recent investments found related to Young’s
Young’s currently has 10,515 followers on Twitter. As of October 2014 Young’s had 3,903 followers. That's a 169 percent increase in 3 years
Young’s currently has 17,331 fans on Facebook. As of December 2014 Young’s had 5,221 fans. That's a 231 percent increase in 5 years