Adam Goldenberg was once one of the rising stars in the social media sector thanks his time at MySpace, prior to its 2005 purchase by Newcorp, was a high point for the young man who everyone said had more potential than few had ever seen. With the buyout of the social media player by the parent company of FOX Goldenberg was just open of the many MySpacers who jumped ship and headed out into brae new worlds. Goldenberg decided to team up with fellow former MySpace executive Don Ressler to start one of the most exciting companies to arrive on the scene in a very long time, Intelligent Beauty a business incubator who has more than a few top rated ventures in the short time it has been around and along the way has generated over 500 million in revenue this year alone.
Goldenberg is more than just the pretty face behind intelligent beauty though, he is a corporate powerhouse who has been starting successful businesses since he was 15, beginning with the Gamer’s Alliance, a network which provided advertising services to gaming sites. He began the company in 1994 using money that he was gifted from his Bar Mitzvah. Originally what had started out as a bulletin board service was turned into the Gamer’s Alliance. He built upon his success and soon found himself working at Intermix Media, parent company of MySpace. He had been brought it at only 17 years old when Intermix acquired Gamer’s Alliance on YouTube. BY Nineteen he had been made COO and in doing so entered the history books as the youngest person to ever hold that position in a major corporation. In this position as COO he was integral in the sale of MySpace to NewsCorp.
Despite the success of Intelligent Beauty, Adam Goldenberg is not one to sit on his laurels and bask in accomplishments. Instead he and Ressler in 2010 used Intelligent beauties incubator model to launch a new venture of their own, JustFab, Inc. a newly established leader in the sector of subscription e-commerce currently serving over 35 million members around the globe. The company has also launched several subsidiaries in its five years of existence including FabKids, Fabletics with Kate Hudson, and most recently, ShoeDazzle. See: http://www.racked.com/2016/2/15/10995348/fabletics-stores-kate-hudson
Goldenberg has a long history of success and his current endeavors are looking to be no different. He is driven, smart, and cares about giving back to the customers he has the privilege to serve. He does this by providing a stable company to give the best value and the best service to those who are looking for products that meet their needs.