Adam Goldenberg is one of the founders of JustFab, which has made him well known. However, he had a long career before he became one of the executives of this company. In fact, his career began when he was 13 years old. At this time, he created a bulletin board online, which was a profitable endeavor for him. While he was still a teenager, he turned the website into Gamer’s Alliance, which is still used by many gamers.
These early entrepreneurial efforts on crunchbase.com were successful, but his career took a stunning turn when he was still in his teens. At 17, a major public company called Intermix considered hiring him as COO. At 19, he was officially hired as their Chief Operating Officer. While he was with the company, they bought a well known website, called Fitness Heaven, which was run by Don Ressler. Ressler and Goldenberg worked very well together, and they have become longstanding business partners. They worked together to create an important part of Intermix, called Alena Media.
However, in 2005, it was more profitable for them both to be self employed. Intermix was acquired by another company, and they didn’t seem to have much interest in Alena Media. When Adam Goldenberg and Ressler had this realization, they began to organize others that used to be employees at Intermix for a meeting. The team worked together to create a company that grew into what is now JustFab.
JustFab is now a very well known clothing company, and they are continuing to grow. JustFab sells many types of clothing on vator.tv, and there are several different branches of the company. They currently own FabKids, Fabletics, FL2, and ShoeDazzle. All of these subsidiaries sell affordable clothing online.
Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg worked with Kate Hudson to start Fabletics. Fabletics offers their clothing of the month program at an affordable price of only $49.95 each month. This company is a particularly successful and widely known branch of JustFab, and they are continuing to grow. In fact, it is expected that Fabletics is going to be opening dozens of new offline stores in coming years.