Month: September 2017

Don Ressler Steers the Active Wear Industry to Prominence

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About Don Ressler

Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg founded Fabletics to address pressing fitness and lifestyle needs and concerns of women. In 2016, American consumers spent over $44 billion to purchase active wear. Based on the growth trend, the expenditure on active wear is expected to double by 2020, reaching $83 billion annually. Read more: TechStyle CEO Adam Goldenberg Talking Name Change on CNBC

Despite this exponential growth curve, only a few firms have identified this market gap. As is the case in any industry where only a few firms have unchallenged monopoly, consumers become subject to exploitation.

The companies with unchallenged monopoly rake huge profits while consumers settle for minimal value at a high price. Luckily, the entry of Fabletics in 2013 made a significant impact in the active wear industry.

Instead of adding to the traditional passive line of active wear, Fabletics revolutionized the active wear industry. Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg teamed up with celebrities such as Kate Hudson to pioneer a competitive option for women. The idea for Fabletics was driven by the need to offer a contemporary shopping experience for females.

Over time, women have suffered the most due to the sub-standardized quality of active wear products that rarely meet their needs. Women would incur a high cost to get a colorful and minimally attractive active wear. Most of the available options were relatively ill fitting, expensive, and unattractive. As a result, Ressler and Goldenberg identified a market gap that needed urgent intervention.

Following the launch of Fabletics, Goldenberg and Ressler rose to the new challenge and started to respond to the cry of women across the US. However, the challenge was that the duo needed a huge capital base to offer any possible intervention in the active wear industry.

While Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler were running a highly profitable online business, its capital base was insufficient. As Ressler and Goldenberg brainstormed all possible brand identities, they settled for the people-centered, friendly, and super-active actress, Kate Hudson.

She understands the psychology of women when it comes to selecting athletic wear. Besides, Kate Hudson would help women to stay fit, physically active, and healthy while helping them remain fashionable.

What started as an idea soon grew to an attractive and stylish brand of clothes for women. With the help of vibrant web presence, Fabletics turned Kate Hudson’s dream a reality. In collaboration with Kate Hudson, Ressler and Goldenberg made their way into the athletic wear industry with data-driven value for the feminine gender.

Categories: Entreprenuer

Jeremy Goldstein’s PA to New Yorkers

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Jeremy Goldstein is the founder and a current Partner of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. The boutique law firm mostly advises corporations, government departments, and high-profile clients on all sorts of legal matters. Jeremy Goldstein is also one of the most accomplished attorneys on the east coast.

Jeremy Goldstein also has a compassionate heart for the less fortunate. He does a lot of work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York. He also does work for the Fountain House, a charity that provides assistance to men and women recovering from mental illness.

Goldstein knows all too well how stressed out clients can be when they first walk through the door, and most of his clients are high profile. For common people, finding a lawyer can be even more stressful. There are so many practicing attorneys advertising for some many different specialties. How is someone supposed to find the right attorney?

Luckily, the Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) of New York has created a more convenient way for New Yorkers to find the attorney they’re looking for. The LRIS’s new online portal offers a lower pressure way to get the legal help one needs.

The online portal is available 24 hours a day. If the individual would prefer to use the old phone service, that option is also still available, but not 24 hours a day. The new service also gives the individual added confidence about finding a qualified attorney.

The first step is filling out a confidential questionnaire detailing the legal issue. Next, the questionnaire is reviewed by a State Bar staff member who then matches the individual with a practicing, qualified attorney in their area. All referrals are free, but the first 35-minute consultation usually costs $35.

To learn more, visit http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/.

Categories: New York