The Origins Of The Duo
Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg are two of the biggest pioneers in online retail. Both emerged in the early 2000s as key innovators and both created companies worth billions st a time when the concept of web businesses was somewhat theoretical. Naturally, when the two met they were headed towards the creation of something great. The duo founded Techstyle, a company specializing in ways to use technology in the fashion business, and have held their throne ever since.
Techstyle Takes Form
The various companies Ressler and Goldenberg operate all fall under the umbrella of Techstyle. Essentially, Techstyle takes Big Data analytics and applies them to the fashion industry. The key to the success of their websites is giving customers exactly what they want, and to do just that Techstyle uses a number of surveys and other means of collecting data to receive the most accurate view of what every customer wants. Once they know what customers want, they can focus on delivering that as efficiently as possible.
JustFab Is A Success
JustFab emerged in the mid 2000s as a website centered entirely around providing customers with a personalized shopping experience. Working alongside supermodel Kimora Lee Simmons Ressler and Goldenberg created a store with millions of loyal customers. The success of JustFab was so amazing they decided to create another website using the same business model, but with a focus on a more narrow target.
Building On A Winner
JustFab proved customers wanted a personalized online shopping experience, but Fabletics proved the model could turn into something even more impressive. Originally, Fabletics was simply another online fashion store, but it exploded in popularity in a way even JustFab was not able to. This resulted in the creation of physical stores where Fabletics customers can purchase their clothes. The companies are so successful Ressler and Goldenberg have ordered the opening of between 50-100 brick and mortar stores. Fabletics represents more than another success story for the pair. It represents the mastery of one domain and the entrance into a new one. http://www.entrepreneur.wiki/Don_Ressler
He is founder and CEO of Dubai-based multi-billion DAMAC Group. He founded the group in 2002 and immediately focused his interests in the real estate, engineering, and construction fields. He combined his good leadership and aggressive marketing skills to achieve rapid growth in an industry that was just beginning to flourish.
Mr. Sajwani began his entrepreneurship journey in the 1980s by providing food services in Abu Dhabi to energy sector employees. He won contracts to supply food to the US army in the region. Nevertheless, according to Mr. Sajwani, this was small game.
At the beginning of the millennium, political and economic changes around the world, especially as regards to the economy of former USSR, led him straight into the property market. All indicators pointed to a great future. After dealing in mid-market properties in Deira, he went big game. The conversation then slowly began to change from millions to billions of income.
DAMAC Group’s major operations are centered in Dubai and the larger Middle East area. With a market capitalization of over $15.3B, the group has extensive and cutting-edge development projects in residential housing, commercial constructions and leisure spots in Dubai and the other major cities across the Middle East. The group has also invested heavily in real estate projects in Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh and Jeddah. The group also has a keen eye on the Turkey property market.
Hussain Sajwani’s success in the high echelons of the corporate world and his family’s influence has made him rub shoulders with the high and mighty around the world. He has been particularly close to the United Sates, rendering his food services to the US army during the first Iraq War of 1991. The US President’s sons, Eric and Donald Junior honored an invitation to the opening of a Tiger Woods designed a Trump-branded golf course in Dubai. Who else would steal the show than Mr. Sajwani, whose success in real estate must have introduced him to his United States counterpart, Donald Trump, the current president of United States?
Hussain Sajwani abhors the use of the word ‘charity’ preferring instead to users ‘share’. Recently he donated to UAE Red Crescent to help refugees, Dubai Autism Centre and UAE Suqia.