How Marc Spark’s Entire Life revolves around giving back To the Community.

Navigating the business world can be an overwhelming experience for any newbie seeking to scale the ropes and realize increased returns. Multiple entrepreneurs document their journey to success and reveal the failures they endured in the process. Marc Sparks is the author of ‘They Can’t Eat You’ and uses his 35 years of experience in pioneering to help raise growing enterprises. He is the founder of Timber Creek Capital, LP, a Texas-based firm that helps businesses reach milestones in their field.

 

Timber Creek Capital provides office spaces to startup companies. Marc believes that the working environment contributes to 25 percent of the firm’s productivity. Other products that enterprises receive from Timber Creek include capital, proper accounting, devices, web development services, merchant banking, intellectual capital, networking opportunities, marketing, customer services and graphic arts. Marc Sparks mentors a couple of firms simultaneously and states that he is motivated by the need to see them expand. He indicated that he has a diversified experience appertaining to business growth and gains comfort in knowing that he can use his failures to equip other entrepreneurs.

 

Marc advises entrepreneurs that they need to have a unique business idea to attract venture capitalists. Utilizing pre-existing sales data is a genius way to land a deal with an investor because the numbers speak for themselves. He encourages business persons to strategize an effective way that the funds will grow the firm and present the data with a detailed presentation to the prospective capitalists. Marc explains that maximizing on these efforts could be a turning point for any small business planning to manifest more than the initial investment.

 

Other ways that Marc Sparks gives back to the community apart from his career include his various involvements in humanitarian movements. He is a board member of The Samaritan Inn and has contributed generous amounts of finance that help support homeless people trying to restructure their lives. Marc’s foundation, Sparky’s Kids, donates thousands of computers to financially challenged students across America through the American Can! Organization. He is a big supporter of animal rights and has an active involvement with C.A.R.E, an animal rehabilitation center that saves big cats. Marc values his staff, family, and friends and believes that his life is meant to be of service to others.

 

Adam Goldenberg the Co-founder of JustFab and Fabletics

Adam Goldenberg is probably one of the most famous entrepreneurs among online shoppers. Adam Goldenberg is the co-founder of JustFab, currently known as Techstyle, which is an umbrella of e-commerce fashion retail stores. He founded the company back in the year 2006, with his business partner Don Ressler. He had met Don Ressler when he was working at Intermix.

Goldenberg first joined Intermix in the year 1999. Then, he had left high school to work as the company’s vice president of strategic planning. This was following the sale of his company, Gamers Alliance which he founded at just the age of 15, to Intermix. In the year 2001, he was promoted to work as the company’s Chief Operating Officer and at that point he became the youngest COO of a publicly-traded company.

Working at Intermix was life-changing for him. It was a platform for him to meet his perfect business partner Don Ressler. They met when Ressler sold his FitnessHeaven.com to Intermix. In him, Goldenberg saw someone who had the same vision as him and so the two hit it off and they have never looked back. They stayed friends until the year 2005 when Intermix was sold. At that point, the idea of starting a company together, struck.

Itelligent Beauty was born that year. The company worked as an incubator for e-commerce businesses on businessoffashion.com. From there, the two decided that they would be working together. From founding health companies to dealing in beauty products. Through Intelligent Beauty, they got funds to start JustFab.

JustFab was one of a kind, depending on the internet to thrive in the sale of fashion wear according to Vator.tv. The company dealt with almost everything that women like. Bags, shoes, clothes and accessories-you name it. All you needed to do was subscribe to be charged $39.95, every month. From there, you get any item you wanted for that fee. Also, you could shop more if you wanted. The company hit the market with a big bang and soon enough every investor wanted a part of it.

A few years on, Goldenberg and his business partner decided to establish another company of the same nature. However, this time, they would solely deal with the sale of active wear and this time round, they would have a celebrity figure representing their brand. That is how they founded Fabletics in partnership with Kate Hudson.

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