Adam Goldenberg Success at an Early Age

The story of Adam Goldenberg is an American success story and worthy of a motion picture starring Justin Bieber. Goldenberg left high school at fifteen and started Gamer’s Alliance. It was this company that was later acquired by Intermix Media that was the parent company to MySpace. Before most teenagers had graduated from high school, Goldenberg was counting his first $million.

Goldenberg was a Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Intermix Media in 1999 and made his fortune when Intermix Media was acquired by News Corp for a reported $650million. While working at Intermix Media, Goldenberg met Don Ressler who would become an important part of the life of Adam Goldenberg. The two men started a new venture named Intelligent Beauty.

In 2010 Adam Goldenberg and Ressler joined forces to become co-CEOs of JustFab, Inc. JustFab is an exciting and revolutionary e-commerce subscription service with more than 35 million subscribers across the globe.

JustFab on is continuing its expansion efforts by making inroads into Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands. JustFab is the parent company to FabKids, Fabletics, and ShoeDazzle, a recent acquisition.

Adam Goldenberg is a venture partner at Crosscut Ventures that focuses on the growing tech community in Southern California.

The remarkable success of Goldenberg and his string of money-making businesses is a tribute to his insight into the changing world that has been immensely impacted by social media and popular culture. The world is morphing into a one-style-fits-all shopping mall without the walls by society members who above all else want to fit in. Goldenberg and his company JustFab, a subscription service, have designers and stylists to make decisions for the consumer. This is not unlike a dresser or stylist for important media stars at Is individualism taking a backseat the way it did before the revolution of the 1960s when a new unbranded style of individual expression replaced the mundane fashions of post-World War II? With each action comes an equal but opposite reaction and consumers who were fed up of mall shopping have opted for e-commerce and businesses like Goldenberg’s are thriving. Goldenberg’s business sense and his acquired tastes in fashion and style will serve him and his company effectively well into the future.