Being a businessman and an entrepreneur giant is no easy task. No one knows this better than Adam Goldenberg. At the young age of 15 he started his first company, Gamers Alliance, which was optioned off to the mega group Intermix Media. From there he quickly became the youngest COO at the age of twenty forever making him a strong force in the business community. Capitalizing on the growing lifestyle market on crosscut.vc, Goldenberg founded several successful beauty and health brands. One of those brands is the widely popular lifestyle subscription service JustFab.
JustFab is a personalized subscription service that delivers a wide range of lifestyle items such as clothing and accessories to millions of people each month on YouTube. Wanting to be much more than just another fashion brand, JustFab merged the popular store to door service with high quality style. While many other similar lifestyle subscription services have been seeing a drop in sales over the past few quarters, JustFab has been soaring. Raising over 300 million dollars the company is now valued at over 1 billion dollars. They knocked other out subscription giants like BirchBox from the top of the list in the process of their growth. Goldenberg aimed his marker high by wanting to compete with online retail conglomerates like Amazon. JustFab stood above the rest of the subscription services out there by selling their own designed merchandise. Unlike their competitors, JustFab has their own line of clothing and accessories making the company a solely profitable one. Adam Goldenberg’s motto is simple; refuse to accept failure.
Adam Goldenberg expanded his portfolio to acquire other fashion related brands such as ShoeDazzle and FabKids. Both these companies follow JustFab’s successful business plan by offering a direct link between the retailer and the customer’s doorstep. Goldenberg allowed his successful business ventures to expand beyond the United States now reaching over six countries. All of his companies now find themselves competing with retail kings like Forever 21 and The Gap. All though finding success after his days with the social media monster MySpace wasn’t always easy, Goldenberg never stopped creating start-ups. This secures Adam Goldenberg’s title as an entrepreneur giant a crown he has been proudly wearing since his Gamers Alliance days and it’s only the beginning.