Most of the businesses Don Ressler has launched have grown into established ventures that have stood independently. He is a passionate entrepreneur with success in many areas of business. One of the platforms where he has emerged triumphant and successful is the online retail industry. Don Ressler has managed several businesses, some of which he sold along the way while others still run under his control.
Don Ressler started his career as an entrepreneur with the launch of FitnessHeaven.com, a company that opened opportunities for learning and gaining experience. His experience at this stage was not bad because he was able to make profit amid challenges. After some time, Ressler put the company on sale and Intermix Media showed interest. They sealed a deal in 2001 and he raised capital enough to kick start his next idea.
After handing over the company, Don Ressler met Adam Goldenberg, who came in as a partner. They decided to venture into business together since they seemed to have similar ideas and dreams. During their first year, they launched Alena Media, a company that provided marketing services to other businesses. Although this was their first venture, they earned revenue to the tune of millions, something that motivated them to move to bigger businesses.
About Intelligent Beauty
With great experience and skills, the two proceeded with their journey and their next step was the launch of Intelligent Beauty on Crunchbase. The company was born after a brainstorming session that invited several professionals. In 2008, they had gathered all the necessary resources and they launched Intelligent Beauty, marking the beginning of their journey in fashion and beauty retailing. To date, Intelligent Beauty has remained one of the most profitable businesses the duo runs and they are looking to expand to bigger markets in near future.
What followed after Intelligent Beauty was the establishment of JustFab, a subscription retail that would be confined to the sale of fashion items. The company was launched in 2010 and to boost its growth, they sought funding from Matrix Ventures amounting to $33 million. In 2013, a new brand, FabKids, was added to the line and it would run separately. FabKids offers kids’ fashion products and runs on a similar script like JustFab.