Adam Goldenberg really knows what he is doing when it comes down to business. Adam Goldenberg is the co-CEO of JustFab and has really created a name for himself and the company. Just Fab has raised over $300 million in it’s success. This company offers what others may offer known as a “deal of the day” or a quick “flash sale”. Simple as it sounds they market to customers letting them know about the limited time of the deal which are usually to good to pass up.
Adam Goldenberg has great goals for the company. One where they are looking into even having the customer sign up to receive an outfit monthly. With such busy lives these days, and lack of the opportunity to have a treat while you are taking care of the world, would sound amazing to receive such a treat for yourself. Reminding you that it is you doing such a great job. It charges your card monthly and you receive your items. No going to the mall or a store on Vator.tv. No searching on the computer or phone to find something to make you feel a little bit better. Just like a surprise in the mail from the very much needed you.
Adam Goldenberg has great life lessons he has learn which are very important to him. One of his most famous quotes is, “Be passionate about what you do, have a great product and, maybe most important, surround yourself with a phenomenal team.” This was very important according to Adam and his great success. Customer feedback was, and still is, a priority to Adam since the very beginning of his career. Adam Goldenberg stands firm on the opinion which most brands make their first mistake by focusing on selling a product and not necessarily the product itself.
Adam has a great point he keeps in mind that it does not always matter how great your website looks or how amazing your deals are. Not even how beautiful your store is. If the customers do not like the product they are receiving or seeing then they will discontinue their shopping experience with the company. In result, Adam sees the big picture which keeps his success going. He realizes the customer is right. The customer determines the flow of business. The customer makes the product what it is worth. When you are proud of what you are selling and of your business is what makes it great and what keeps the customers coming. What makes you proud to be in this business. Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=1477272&privcapId=37181322