Coppy Holzman is an American businessman. He is the CEO and founder of Boris & Horton.
Coppy Holzman Net Worth
Coppy Holzman’s net worth is reported to be $100 million USD. He is the founder and chief executive officer of Boris & Horton. It is a Dog-Friendly Cafe and Community Space. It was created to provide New Yorkers with an amazing cafe to bring their four-legged friends to and enjoy an amazing time. The cafe also sells treats for dogs and other merch including mugs and caps.
Holzman is also the founder of CharityBuzz, a company which raises funds for different nonprofit organizations through online charity auctions with celebrities and brands. It is the world’s leading online charity auction site. He is one of the founding members of Webvan.com which was a grocery business that achieved nine billion dollars in market cap when it went public.
Coppy owns a loft in New York City. He has an extensive collection of books and art (most of which were purchased from charity auctions) that surely reflects his passion. The loft has been described as traditional meets modern. It has three bathrooms and 2 baths. He lives there with his three children whom he adores.
There is not much information about Coppy Holzman’s early life and other personal details.
He holds a B.S. in Economics and International Business from Wharton School of Business in the University of Pennsylvania.
Coppy Holzman has utilized his twenty-five years of experience as a senior level Internet, retail, and consumer products executive to establish the Charitybuzz in 2005 and expand it to more than 100 countries, with more than 2,500 nonprofit partners, and 100,000 bidders all over the world. Auction experiences include entertainment, music, business, sports, art, fashion and even politics.
His “for profit for purpose” business model along with innovative technology is the future of philanthropy. As of December 2019, CharityBuzz has raised more than $400 million for foundations and nonprofits.
Prior to founding Charitybuzz, Holzman was one of the co-founders of Webvan.com, which was one of the first online grocery-delivery services. He was in charge of merchandising, buying and marketing activities including supervision of content management and website publishing.
Before Webvan, he was a senior executive in retail at Federated Department Stores for many years. He was responsible for Global Sourcing and Production. He also worked as the Merchandise Vice President for R.H. Macy for both apparel and home from June 1980 to July 1990.
In 2011, Coppy Holzman was named a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. In 2013, he was the winner of The GREAT Tech Award and of the SmartCEO Future 50 Award. He has been a panelist and speaker for organizations ranging from Bloomberg to The Clinton School of Public Policy.
He is currently a member of the Christie’s Charity Board, as well as a member of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights Leadership Council.
Coppy Holzman Marriage History
Coppy Holzman is married but the details are not known. He has three children and they live together in their Manhattan loft.