Adam Goldenberg is a man who believes that someone’s past mistakes should not be held against him. Adam Goldenberg is also a man who believes that one should always put his best foot forward and try to make a good impression . . . especially on the internet. But who exactly is Adam Goldenberg?
We’re glad you asked that question. Adam Goldenberg Goldenberg is a present resident of the greater Los Angeles area. He has been or is now involved in a number of different industries including but not necessarily limited to the cosmetics, fashion and online industries and has held a number of different online-related, executive positions.
How did Goldenberg get to where he is today? Space and other specific restrictions only permit so much. For now though, let’s just consider several of the highlights.
According to his online resume available on LinkedIn, Goldenberg went into business for himself while he was still in high school. He attended Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield, Missouri. He graduated in the year 2000.
As 1997 began, Adam Goldenberg founded and became CEO (chief executive officer) of his own company named Gamer’s Alliance, Inc. His company would appear to be be acquired by Intermix Media two years later in 1999. He would be listed as the CEO for Intermix Media for almost the next seven years graduating from high school some time in 2000.
Adam Goldenberg would start off 2006 with a new position: the co-founder and co-CEO of the cosmetics company Intelligent Beauty. While he has held this position for over a decade, he has gone on to do other things as well. In 2009 he became the director of the online business DermStore.com which is reportedly “a leading prestige beauty retailer” marketing more than 500 product brands.
Most recently, 2010 witnessed Adam Goldenberg stepping into yet another one of his present positions, the co-founder and CEO of the more well-known business known as JustFabulous. This company, based in El Segundo, has an available online monthly membership service that provides customers with access to handbags and shoes inspired by celebrities as well as other items from their brand. Every month they get a reportedly “personalized selection of accessories” specifically chosen for them by “style experts.” See: http://www.crosscut.vc/adam-goldenberg