JustFab Is Breaking Down The Walls
There used to be a day where people thought that mostly women could be involved in the fashion business and men were a rarity. Thankfully, the world has evolved and people have seen that, no matter where someone comes from, what their gender is, or the color of their skin, they can do anything if they truly care about it, have passion for it, and are willing to put in the work to make it happen on businessinsider.com. That is one of the many wonderful things about the world we live in today is that barriers are being broken. It is 2016 and it is time for those to change with the times if they have not already.
That is why people should not be surprised by the success of Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg when it comes to JustFab, a monthly service that sends out handbags, shoes, and other various accessories to women. The great thing about JustFab according to Adam Goldenberg, however, is that it does not just send out random items to random women. That would not be any fun for them. That would be like going to the movies and when someone walks in, they have no idea what movie they are seeing. People want to see movies they like and they want to get fashion goodies that they like.
Adam Goldenberg and his business partner Don Ressler have teamed up and taken the time to get this right. After all, if someone is going to run a company, it is vital to run it the right way and make sure it has all of the tools to succeed. They need to make sure that customers are happy and they are getting the most out of their experience with the product. They do not want them to be disappointed or feel as though they were cheated out of something.
Another great thing they have done is brought in some fashion leaders to help them along with the process. It is always great to have advice from people out there that have been there and done that and might know a little more about fashion. That is not take anything away from Adam or Don, but just like with anything, good CEO’s are smart enough to reach out to people that know more than they do, because they can learn from it and use that knowledge to make the company even bigger and better. Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomiogeron/2011/09/21/former-intermix-coo-raises-33m-for-fashion-brand-justfabulous/