Adam Goldenberg is a successful American entrepreneur who has established several e-commerce firms that have been profitable. He has been an active businessman from the time that he was 15 years old and has managed to be a co-founder of leading online fashion retailers such as Fabletics and Techstyle. Goldenberg currently has a business partner who is known as Don Ressler. The two have worked together in establishing many profitable enterprises on builtinla.com. Both entrepreneurs are highly skilled in marketing and developing top brands that quickly maneuver in the corporate world. Before Adam and Don met, they owned separate businesses, and they were both successful.
Adam Goldenberg has sufficient experience in entrepreneurship since he has been in the field for over a decade. During the years that he was still in high school, he established a company that was known as Gamers Alliance. The enterprise was a success and Adam later sold it to Intermix Media. After the divestment, he was offered an opportunity to act as the vice president of Strategic Planning of Intermix Media. Goldenberg had to quit high school for him to focus on being an administrator at the company. The company later appointed him to act as its chief operations officer. At that time, Adam Goldenberg was 20 years old and was the youngest COO who served in a publicly traded business.
In 2005, Adam and Don left Intermix Media after it was sold to News Corporation. They then decided to establish an independent business that was known as Brand Ideas. After a while, they renamed the company, Intelligent Beauty. The primary focus of the business was to offer brand incubation solutions to its clients who were mainly top corporations. Intelligent Beauty then invested its money in founding businesses such as DERMSTORE and SENSA.
Most of the companies that have been established by Ressler and Goldenberg have generated millions of dollars. The skills and experience of the two businessmen allow them to notice profitable market trends. JustFab managed to grow at a fast rate and had more than 6 million clients within its first two years in business on cnbc.com. The company managed to attract several investors who offered it more than $250 million. JustFab changed its name to TechStyle, and it has subsidiaries which are ShoeDazzle, FabKids, and Fabletics.