Monthly Archives: April 2017

Bruce Levenson Made A Large Sale Of The Atlanta Hawks

Bruce Levenson was the owner of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks from 2004 to early 2015 when he sold them to Tony Ressler. Levenson made quite a profit of this sale reports, bringing it close to $850 million in total shares sold. Currently, Levenson and Atlanta Hawks Basketball & Entertainment (AHBE) are in the midst of a lawsuit against their former insurance company. AHBE had decided to buyout the contract of former General Manager Danny Ferry in which they say they were entitled to file a claim with their insurance company, AIG. AIG however will not pay this claim out, and Levenson intends to seek damage relief against them in a Fulton County court.

Levenson not only owned the Atlanta Hawks for 11 years, he’s been an accomplished businessman. He got his degree from Washington University, and got a career started in journalism while he was attending law school. He co-founded his company, United Communications Group (UCG) out of his own home along with Ed Peskowitz, and that company soon grew into a major newsletter conglomerate. UCG is the parent company to TechTarget, a company that performs market research for businesses looking to make large technology investments. UCG also founded GasBuddy, an app for finding cheap gas prices in a given location.

Bruce Levenson is also a philanthropist who is active in several non-profit groups. He’s supported the “I Have a Dream” Foundation which has several learning programs and scholarship awards for inner city children. He also helped start the “Bringing the Lessons Home” program at the Holocaust Memorial Museum which teaches young people about the event and allows them to become museum tour guides. Levenson also helped start the University of Maryland’s Center for Philanthropy and Non-Profit Leadership, and is also a supporter of Jewish foundations such as Birthright Israel and Seeds of Peace.

Fabletics Setting The Pace for Fashionable Sport Wear in Online Retail Industry

Fabletics was co-founded in the year 2013 by Kate Hudson. But, by the end of last year, the company had already made more than $250, in terms of sales. Being such a young company in an industry that only a few thrive, such success would make history. In some ways, the company is already competing with major brands like Nike and Lulu Lemon. And, at present times, they are threatening to take the space that Amazon that had, for a long time, comfortably taken. They threaten to take over this mogul online retailer.


One area that Fabletics thrives is in customer experience. The company knows that the customer today is riven by more than just affordability. They want to feel that person touch even when they are shopping online. Therefore, interacting with them directly makes them feel even more appreciated. Fabletics understands this and it is just what they give to their clients.


When you first start shopping at Fabletics, you are requested to take a survey that will make it easy for them to customize attires that match your lifestyle. They also employ a team of stylists and designers who recommend various patterns, colors, fits and designs that are in tandem with your needs. And you get to wear something that has been recommended by Kate Hudson, personally.


Fabletics is also successful as a result of its membership program. When you first visit Fabletics’ online store, they will ask you whether you want to buy and come back for more when you are ready or you would prefer to buy as a VIP member. No one will force you into becoming a members, but the perks of this program might just propel you to do so. There are so many benefits associated with being a Fabletics VIP member. First, you get items that are customized just for you. Secondly, is the crazy offers. You will discounts of up to $50 on your two or three piece attires. And, if you are member, you get loyalty points every time you shop.



Unlike most online retailers, Fabletics doesn’t ship orders to you unless you request them to. As such, it becomes very effective to shop with them. Not to talk of cost saving and time saving. As such, the membership program becomes an effective tool for reverse showrooming.


Fabletics is highly regarded for value. The value that you get with Fabletics, is comparable to Athleta, but comes at a much lower cost. The stitching is just fabulous and the fitting is to precision. Their attires don’t fade with time and also they don’t stretch. So, in the end, you end up getting total value for your money.


If you want to purchase anything from Fabletics but cannot trust your credit card information with online platforms, then you can always go to their physical stores. They have opened a number of physical stores in areas like Illinois, California and Chicago and have the promise of expanding.

JustFab Is Getting A New Name From Adam Goldenberg And Don Ressler

As fashion shopping becoming intertwined with major technology, it seems only fitting that some companies may be looking to change the way they do business, and possibly even their brand. That’s what’s happening at JustFab where CEOs Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler have announced the name change to Techstyle Fashion Group. Goldenberg and Ressler felt this name change was necessary because JustFab is now including big data as part of their customer shopping experience. Data analytics are starting to become a major trend with companies out there who want to customize a user’s online shopping method, and JustFab has started enriching their data use for this.


JustFab was started by Goldenberg as primarily a women’s trendy clothing outlet, and most of their sales today still are coming from there, but they’ve also made acquisitions along the way of companies like ShoeDazzle, Fabletics, FL2, FabMen and FabKids. JustFab’s merchandise has gotten attention because it’s much cheaper than fashion lines like Ralph Lauren or Giorgio Armani, and with membership and VIP point systems customers can find some great discounts here. Ironically enough, Goldenberg knew very little about fashion when he and Ressler started the company, but their skills with running a business and marketing have come in very handy.


It began for Goldenberg when he was still in high school. At only 15 years old, he started his first company, Gamer’s Alliance. Starting this company is what led Intermix Media, the founders of MySpace to hire him on their team. Adam Goldenberg became the Chief Operating Officer at Intermix Media, and while working there he and another executive started working together on building subsidiary companies. That other executive was Don Ressler, the founder of Goldenberg and Ressler wanted to add an e-commerce division to the up and coming MySpace social network, so they did just that with Alena Media. It was turned down by News Corp when they bought out Intermix Media, so Goldenberg and Ressler left the company.


After leaving the company, the two men started Intelligent Beauty first, and under that company they started selling health and beauty products. But they decided fashion was becoming their main interest, so they founded JustFab in 2010. Josh Hannah at Matrix Partners liked the way the company was operating, so he began the first of justFab’s venture capital funding. By 2014, the company had raised enough venture capital and revenue to be valued at over $1 billion.

Don Ressler And Adam Goldenberg’s All-Inclusive Transformation Of JustFab

JustFab, also known as TechStyle Fashion Group has become an all-inclusive fashion line with sizes for all women. Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler founded this company back in 2010 with the goal of changing the way online fashion shopping is done, and now they want all women to enjoy wearing company apparel. JustFab is mostly a women’s fashion line, but there is a men and children’s subsidiary, and the company also owns ShoeDazzle and Fabletics, a women’s athletic wear company that actress Kate Hudson has endorsed. In 2013, JustFab became a “unicorn” or billion-dollar enterprise that became cash flow independent.


Goldenberg and Ressler are marketing gurus and entrepreneurs who ventured into the fashion arena with little knowledge of its terminology, but their tech-friendly ideas and sense of adventure helped them in their endeavors. They actually met while both working for MySpace’s parent company Intermix Media. Adam Goldenberg had come to Intermix Media after building Gamer’s Alliance, a gaming advertising network that pointed gaming enthusiasts to some of the most popular game websites. He became the youngest Chief Operating Officer at Intermix Media working for a publicly traded company. Don Ressler had come to Intermix Media after they bought his company,, and he and Goldenberg decided to start building brands together.


They had built their first company, Alena Media in the early 2000s and it became a major income source to Intermix Media. They left Intermix Media in 2005 and started another company, Intelligent Beauty. Under this company they started several health product and cosmetics brands, and then decided to take the fashion world by storm. After presenting their ideas to several fashion gurus and venture capital firms, JustFab was formed and they got an infusion of capital from Matrix Partners and several others. Not too long ago, they started opening up physical retail stores for JustFab and have plans of opening more across the nation in the next few years. They decided to rename the company to TechStyle Fashion Group because they had started integrating big data usage into the online shopping experience.

Why You Should Consider Drinking Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water

The idea of getting bottled water is sometimes not prudent enough. Waiakea bottled water is an exception. It is sourced from naturally alkaline and pure water. The company has a global philosophy. Ryan Emmons is the founder of Waiakea water.

In 2012, Ryan Emmons decided to launch the volcanic water after he realised that the water he and his family drank during summer and winter was very special.

He said he discovered that the water was naturally healthy, pure, and had sustainable sources all over the world. The water was harvested from a natural source found in Southwest of Hilo town, one of the biggest Islands of Hawaii.

Crunchbase said that Waiakea springs, found thousands of the feet below of Mauna Loa Volcano, produces the sweetest and naturally tasting water. The water boasts a composition that is rich in electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium that are good for the hair, skin, bones, and the nails nourishment. The water has silica that makes the mouthfeel silky and soft. Learn more about Waiakea water:

According to Ladisco, Waiakea water has sustainable packaging. It is one of the premium bottled water and beverage to be certified by Carbon Neutral. Unlike other plastics, the water bottles are made of recycled Polythene terephthalate that is of a high grade and uses less energy to manufacture and reduces carbon emissions.

The plastic is, therefore, BPA- free. This volcanic water originates from rain on the pristine snow-capped peak of Maura and snowmelt. The water costs $1.79 half a Litre and $2.79 a Litre.

The water company has partnered with Pump Aid to dedicate charity to the community by supplying water to the disadvantaged communities in the rural Africa. It has distributed approximately 650,000 litres. The foundation has given a clean and safe water sanitation to over 1.35 million people.

Waiakea Water is awarding one lucky winner with an opportunity to immerse the beauty of Hawaii that will be a life-changing experience by participating in Wanderlust Yoga Festival via its #FollowYourFlowContest. The winner gets a round-trip to Oahu compliments of Skyscanner and also receives $1,000 free airfare.

Career Achievements Of Adam Goldenberg

Adam Goldenberg is a business man and the co-CEO of Just Fab. He started Gamers Alliance at the age of 15 years. This was his first company. He later sold the company to Intermix Media (MySpace parent company) in 1999. Adam left high school and went on to join Intermix to serve as the Vice-president of Strategic Planning. Adam became the Chief Operating Officer at the age of 20 years. This made him become the youngest COO of a company that was publicly traded. Adam met with Don Ressler who later became his business partner at Intermix. Don was also an entrepreneur and he had sold his company. The Endeavors of Don led him to produce more than $billion in sales. He had also raised $100 million and more in capita for many different internet companies.


Adam is a venture partner at CrossCut Ventures Management, LLC. He serves as its advisor. Adam was also the president of Brentwood Cosmetics, LLC. He has gained six years of experience in product development, product management, and internet marketing. Adam is the co-founder of Alena media, Inc. where he launched Hydroderm. Adam Goldenberg collaborated with Don Ressler to come up with brand ideas. Adam co-founded Intelligent Beauty with Don Ressler. They formed the Matrix Partners and later co-founded Just Fab. Just Fab is the mother company to fashion brands like Fabkids, Fabletics, and ShoeDazzle. The company has employed over 2000 employees. It has made annual sales of $650 million since 2010.


Adam says that the reason why JustFab has had tremendous growth is because the company is creating brands online and in categories of high growth. He says that the membership model is the most revolutionary thing about the business. Adam is motivated by working with people who are passionate and smart. He says that JustFab is committed to deliver the best to their customers and to offer products that exceed their expectations.


Adam says that being an entrepreneur has taught him about team empowerment and the great benefits of partnership. Adam says that Starting out in his business ventures was not easy. Determination and hard work have made him successful. Adam has been a good example that age does not matter when it comes to entrepreneurship and what you want. Adam started out at the age of 15. He has grown over the years to become a significant force behind the current fashion e-commerce. He has co-founded various businesses which have all generated significant profits.




See Your Name in Lights with Nine9

When you are an actor or an actress that is looking to make it in the world of acting, you need a voice that will represent you. That is exactly what you have with Nine9 Talent Agency. This is a company that has given a number of actors that are looking for their big break a chance that they might not have otherwise had in the world.

This is a talent agency that takes the talent from all over the country and helps them to get the chances that they deserve and that other agencies might not have otherwise given them. They have been making dreams come true since 2003 and to this day are still one of the best places for a person to go when no one else will give them a chance, from young to older, Nine9 has a range of talent that is in high demand. Some of their best success stories are as follows.

Cali C.

Cali joined the agency a few months ago and already is seeing a wide range of people who are asking for her on a regular basis. This is due in part to the fact that she has a smile that is second to none along with the fact that she is young and is just getting started in the world of

Lamar L

Since joining Nine9 a while back, he has experienced a large amount of success as he has been featured on Empire as well as on Chicago PD. Both of these roles gave him a sizable amount of exposure to help boost his career.

Jazmine G

Being an extra on the DIY network has given Jazmine a good amount of exposure that she might have never had without the assistance of Nine9. She is one of the more requested talent that the agency has and with her acting skills, it is obvious why.