Adam Goldenberg certainly seems to be living up to his name with the work that he’s put into JustFab, a company that sells some of the hottest apparel at bargain prices online. Goldenberg really actually knew nothing about the fashion industry when he decided to go into it, but there was a sense of adventure that he liked about it, and with his goal to make shopping for fashion fun for everyone, this company has taken off. The company is primarily a women’s clothing outlet on vator.tv, but its sister companies include an outlet for men, an outlet for children, and an athletic wear outlet for both genders.
Goldenberg’s career path is an interesting one that begins in a quiet town in the Midwest. When Goldenberg was only 15 he decided to get into web design, and he started up his own company called Gamer’s Alliance, a hub of advertised gaming websites that became a popular choice for many people to visit. Intermix Media, a California-based company instantly became interested in this website and Goldenberg, so they offered him a position to come work for them even though he had not even been to college. But still, Goldenberg excelled at this new position and helped Intermix Media take such strides that he got promoted to Chief Operating Officer when he was only 20.
Goldenberg couldn’t point to a better moment while at Intermix Media, than when he met Don Ressler, another entrepreneur who had started up FitnessHeaven.com. The two developed a friendship very quickly, and decided they wanted to go into their own business after News Corporation on crunchbase.com bought out Intermix Media in 2005. Goldenberg and Ressler decided to experiment with a few startups, founding Intelligent Beauty in as a parent company to market health and beauty products, but then they decided to do fashion sales.
Goldenberg and Ressler both were friends of Kimora Lee Simmons, a fashion model who had a lot of twitter followers, and when she heard of their idea to make online clothes shopping combined with an unparalleled social media experience a reality, she came on board with that idea immediately. Goldenberg and Ressler then began hosting functions in which many interested parties got to come see the fashion designs that this new company, JustFab had to offer, and as Goldenberg and Ressler were always open to new ideas and suggestions, the company grew to be a big hit.
Stephen Murray was the former CEO and President of CCMP Capital. He led the company to greater heights with resilience and the hard work that he believed in doing. His entire life has been revolving around the private equity funds that Stephen had expertise in. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://fortune.com/2015/03/13/ex-ccmp-capital-ceo-steve-murray-passes-away/
Before his passing away he left behind one wife and four sons whom he was highly proud of. After his demise the chairman of CCMP Capital advisor took over his responsibilities. It will be left with a void in the entire business. Well known for his expertise in private equity and respected as a good deal maker he was respected by many.
His journey began when he was born in August 1962 and was brought up in North Tarrytown in New York. He attended Sleepy Hollow High School. He later joined Boston College in 1984, where he studied his undergraduate degree in Economics. Read more: CCMP’s Murray dead at 52
Then in 1989, he graduated with a master’s in Business Administration from the Columbia Business School. The education gave him the knowledge but he was always interested in the private equity sector.
When he joined the investment sector, he was given a training opportunity at the Chemical venture partners who took over the Manufacturers Hanover Corporation – Read more: This Old Thing? Private Equity Honcho Drops Little Place Uptown for $11M
. He also served at various institutions such as Chase Capital partners and JP Morgan Partners until 2005 when he left the latter company.
Stephen Murray is described as an individual who had big ambitions which made him to cofound the company CCMP Capital Advisors in 2006. Right from leaving JP Morgan Partners, he started prioritizing his desires. He felt that the industry had not ventured into the private markets. The idea of starting such a company was the best ideal.
His career was not only admired by many but he was also given opportunities to serve on various boards of other investment and, production companies. Some of the companies that he worked for as the chairman of the board includes; AMC Entertainment, The Vitamin Shoppe, the Legacy Hospital Partners and many more others that had the honor to share his skills.
Stephen Murray was a selfless hearted man and he was involved in various philanthropic activities. He was the main funding member of the Make-A –Wish- Foundation in Metro, New York, Boston College, Columbia School of Business, the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County and Stamford Museum among others. He also served as a member of chairman’s council of Make-A-Wish Foundation where he offered great wisdom.
Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://patch.com/connecticut/stamford/stephen-p-murray-52-financial-executive-stamford-resident-vice-chair-boston-college-board-trustees