Many entrepreneurs will agree that getting a business to rank at the top of the competitive chain is not an easy process. It takes time and effort and a lot of money to manage a business to become a success on LinkedIn. Entrepreneurs like Don Ressler have been in the online world of business for over one decade and they have run several businesses.
Don Ressler is a passionate entrepreneur who boasts of launching several companies that are today successful and serving millions of people. He began pursuing his passion for business more than one decade ago when he founded FitnessHeaven.com, which specialized in fitness products in different categories.
Being his first company, he was able to learn many things about business and running a profitable ventureon Pando. The first challenge he had to deal with was marketing and reaching a wider audience in an environment where few people knew about online stores. With unwavering dedication and creativity, the business managed to become profitable although not to the level he expected.
The little success he earned from this business motivated him to do more and to move forward, he had to sell FitnessHeaven.com to Intermix Media in 2001. This transaction, besides offering him the needed capital, allowed him to meet with Adam Goldenberg, who later became his partner in business.
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The company posted satisfactory results in less than three years after inception and they were motivated to launch something bigger with the experience they earned. In 2005, Adam Goldenberg and Ressler sold the company to News Corp. They then proceeded to draft their next move, which saw them design Intelligent Beauty, an online-based beauty outlet that was launched in 2008.
In 2010, Don Ressler and Adam moved further into business and they came up with a unique idea that led to the establishment of JustFab, a subscription store that deals with fashion products. The company has grown over the years to become the largest subscription retail in Europe. To facilitate development, they went for funding amounting to $33 million in 2011 and in 2012, the duo received $76 million from several companies to finance expansion to cover several markets including the United Kingdom, Canada and Germany.