Big Changes from Adam Goldenberg and Fabletics

Fabletics and JustFab have been successful for the entire time that they have been in business. Adam Goldenberg has been a great CEO and has been able to show the customers that the brands are great and that they are getting what they can out of them. This is something that has been a major change from the first few years of the business. It is also something that has made people more appreciative of the brands. The changes that he has made are positive and he recently talked about that in an interview on rgtadvisors.com. He wanted to show people that there would be more for them to do.

The idea behind Fabletics is that people are able to get more out of the options that they have. The Fabletics platform is designed to cater to everyone even the busiest people. Adam Goldenberg wanted to make sure that he was doing that and recently switched the brands to be inclusive of everyone no matter what their size. This is in line with trends that are going on today and has allowed him to keep up with all of the opportunities that other people have been offering with their companies on techstyle.com.

Because he has worked so hard to be all inclusive, Adam Goldenberg has done what he can to make sure that the site offers opportunities to everyone who is able to get more out of the options that they have. Adam Goldenberg recently made the switch to an Amazon platform. People, of course, can still buy from the JustFab and Fabletics websites but they are now also able to get the products that they need from Amazon. It helps them to get them more quickly and allows the companies to reach more people who might need the products for themselves in the different situations that they are in.

Adam has also changed the name of the company. He thinks that TechStyle better represents him and what the company is able to do. While the company has many brands that are underneath it, this is a name that is the umbrella for all of them. It is also something that gives the people who are a part of the companies a chance to see that there is so much more than just the brands that they have created for themselves in the different situations that they are in while they are shopping for clothes at http://www.entrepreneur.wiki/Adam_Goldenberg.

Eric Lefkofsky: A Philanthropist and Entrepreneur

Eric Lefkofksy is an American entrepreneur who was born in 1969. Eric grew up in Michigan and attended Southfield-Lathrup High School. He graduated from the high school in 1987 and then went on to attend the University of Michigan. He graduated with honors in 1991 and completed his higher education in 1993 at the University of Michigan Law School where he got his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree.

Lefkofsky has assisted in the creation of five startups which have a combined value of more than a billion dollars. Eric gets an idea, forms a company and then sells it to someone else to continue operating it. Due to this, Eric is commonly referred to as a ‘serial entrepreneur.’ An example of a company he created and then sold was Starbelly. This was an internet company which focused on promotional products. He and his friend, Bradley Keywell formed the company shortly after completing law school and later sold it after five years for a quarter of a million dollars. Creating, selling and buying of one enterprise after another led Lefkofksy to create Groupon. It was at Groupon that Lefkofsky made most of his wealth.

Eric recently formed a company known as Tempus. The main idea behind it was to help doctors and other professionals in the medical field to make data-driven and real-time decisions based on the analysis of a patient’s genetic code. The company was created to make it easier for medics and other health care professionals to develop better treatment procedures and plans for patients. The goal of Tempus is to be able to work with all types of cancers, however, at the moment it is working with people affected by lung, pancreatic and breast cancer.

Lefkofsky is also an author. He has co-authored a book known as Accelerated Disruption. The book explains some key concepts of startups that are faced by entrepreneurs. One of these is developing funds and stock strategy that will assist your company when it is in its developmental stages. Other issues are tackled in this book including making the right choice of industries to innovate and understanding and turning industrial pain into a competitive advantage. Eric explains in his book how a business might become disruptive and he also guides people on how to convert their ideas into reality.Eric Lefkofsky and his wife Elizabeth have influenced Chicago in a positive way through their charity trust known as the Lefkofsky Charity Foundation.