JustFab Inc. renamed itself TechStyle Fashion Group in an effort to emphasize the company’s technology portfolio. The company founded in 2006 changed their name to TechStyle in 2016. The company’s brands include Fabkids, Fabletics, FL2, and ShoeDazzle. Co-CEO Adam Goldenberg said he and Don Ressler wanted to change the way people shop giving them trendy fashion at a good value. The company has kept the original values, but transformed into a brand building platform driven by data personalization. Mr. Goldenberg said the new identity projects this image with “Fashion Avenue meets Silicon Valley.”
Mr. Adam Goldenberg said they have been building a business. This shows the JustFab and now TechSytle revenue that was expected to reach $650 million.
In an interview, Mr. Goldenberg was questioned about being in a special club after the company made their first $1 billion. His answer was they “never think of ourselves as a unicorn” he went on to say they do not sit in the office saying it’s “great to be a unicorn.” The company was one of only 14 in 2014 to reach $1 billion in revenues. He said some unicorns may be overvalued, while big ones are dinosaurs will die. Mr. Goldenberg said he would bet on the unicorn every time.
Read more: TechStyle CEO Adam Goldenberg Talking Name Change on CNBC
The internet El Segundo, California based retailer has brands like Kate Hudson’s athleasure line. The actress and her brother Oliver are backers, with Hudson’s yoga Fabletics. The company has ShoeDazzle brand that Kim Kardashian co-founded. Along with Kimora Lee Simmons who served as creative director.
The company believes have surpassed the usual e-commerce sites. They are bringing affordable fashion to millions of VIP members in ten countries. The company has made it possible for the average call to be answered within seconds and they have software to manage records that provide them with customer insights and they have built their membership structure to fit this model on onmogul.com. This gives them the insight to predict purchasing with a 95 percent accuracy level.
Mr. Adam Goldenberg the co-founder of Just Fabulous, Inc. serves also as the co-Chief Executive Officer. Adam Goldenberg is not new to founding companies, with one company he founded. In 1997, Gamers’ Alliance Inc. and served as President till it was acquired by Intermix Media Inc.
Learn more about Adam Goldenberg: http://vator.tv/news/2015-05-12-whats-it-like-to-be-a-unicorn
One of Brazil’s most successful entrepreneurs is topping the charts with success. His name is Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer, also known as Duda Melzer, is a third generation family member of a long line of successful entrepreneurs. His grandfather, Mauricio Sirotsky Sobrinho, was the original founder of the RBS Group. Duda Melzer has become an important expert in the business world. He is currently the president and chairman of RBS Group. He handles all aspects of the operation and oversees the functions of the business. RBS Group is a Brazilian media company that specializes in entertainment and journalism services transpired through radio, television, newspapers and the internet. The company was originally founded on August 31st, 1957, and has been prospering ever since. According to Dino, RBS Group covers the states of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, but also do business with developments within the United States. Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer is also the founder and president of a company called e.Bricks Digital. It’s associated with an RBS Company, and is known for investments and business developments in Brazil and the United States.
Duda Melzer has been a successful entrepreneur for many years. At the young age of 26, he graduated from college, and set out to start his career. He attended the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS). He went on to get his Master’s degree in Business Administration and attended graduate school at Harvard. His years of experience are influenced by his family, John Davis, Jim Collins and Ram Charan. Prior to working for RBS Group, he was the Senior Financial Analyst at Delphi Corporation in 2002. He was proud to become the president of RBS Group in 2012. He was also recognized by the leaders of the Cambridge Institute for Family Enterprise as one of the leading business men in society.
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The Global CEO of Crispin Porter and Borgusky, Lori Senecal, has been leading and organizing talent to deliver advertising services in all nine international offices of CP+B. Owing to the executive qualities of Lori Senecal, the CP+B has been recognized by the Advertising Age as “Creative Innovators of the Year” in 2016. At CP+B, she is responsible for overseeing the global expansion and reach of CP+B. Senecal is known for instilling values of innovation in her work and embracing technology as a management specialist. Amongst many other skills, she has also developed skills for increasing global growth, planning strategic partnerships, forming new divisions in business, and organizing many blue-chip accounts.
Before being appointed as global CEO, Senecal had already proved her leadership and marketing skills at KBS, where she served as the Global Chairman and CEO. Moreover, she revolutionized the system of KBS from a domestic agency with only 250 employees to an international firm with global reach and more than 900 employees. Lori Senecal has worked with renowned advertising agency McCann-Erickson. She was appointed as the president of its New York establishment and managed the areas of account leadership, innovation, and strategic planning.
Soon after Lori Senecal began significantly contributing to the advertising and marketing field, many international forums started recognizing her for her leadership qualities. She has been awarded with the Quantum Leap Award for leadership and innovation at the AWNY Game Changer Awards event. Moreover, in 2014 Senecal was named as the Woman to Watch by Advertising Age. In the same year, Lori Senecal was appointed as the board member at MDC Partners. She has also been internationally acclaimed by Adweek’s Power List amongst many other leaders and executives in media, tech, and marketing.
One of the most accomplished management specialists, Lori Senecal is also a skilled public speaker. She was among the top speakers at the 3% Conference, which was a movement that attempted to increase the visibility of women as creative directors and carry out other leadership roles. The 3% Conference is held annually, and in this two-day conference, leaders from around the world are gathered under one roof. Other than the conference, many other events take place, like the Certification Program, the one-day Mini-Cons in different cities globally, and several other agency consulting programs. This movement has helped raise the concentration of women to up to 11% and has also provided guidance for promoting women’s creative talent and leadership to serve agencies across the globe. For more info, check out Lori’s Forbes profile.