Category: Successful Entrepreneurs

The Life & Times of Eric Pulier

A person who display greatness can be a blessing which comes in many different forms whether it’s intellectual or physical. People seem to admire these special talented individuals and for obvious reasons. Unfortunately, many of these talented people will never become household names, but that’s not the end goal as this article will talk about a guy with a brilliant mind (in-a-sense) and what he’s achieved in his lifetime.

Eric Pulier is his name and technology is his game. The Teaneck, New Jersey native has always had a fond liking for technology or any other techno gadget. As a youngster, Pulier always seem to be more creative than his peers as he could take the smallest of ideas and turn them into something practical. Having ingenuity like this doesn’t come by chance and is much more so a natural born talent. In just the fourth grade this guy programmed his very first computer and by high school he had already founded his first computer database company. Yes, the foundation was set during these years, but who knew that he would end up being such a huge success years later. Pulier attended the prestigious Harvard University. The English/American Literature Major played many key roles during this time as an editor for the Harvard Crimson publication in which he also wrote his very own column. The guy literally carried multiple projects at one time unlike his peers and this would set the ball in motion for the years to cum. In 1988 he graduated magna cum laude and in 1991 Pulier setoff to Los Angeles, California to pursue his professional career.

Eric Pulier started a great company known as (PDT) People Doing Things. This company used innovative technology to solve issues in the education and healthcare fields respectfully. As of today he has been the owner of 15 companies and after selling his last venture/business for a whopping $350 Million. This guy is the real deal all while donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to capital ventures as well as tech start-up companies. Eric pulier personifies greatness and his long list of accomplishments is a testament to his success.

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The Collections of Michael Zomber


Michael Zomber has become very famous for the things he collects. He takes both of his large collections of samurai swords and antique guns very seriously. This has resulted in him becoming an expert regarding the history of these weapons.

Michael Zomber received a pair of bachelor’s degrees from the University of Illinois. He majored in psychology and English. Michael knew that he would be able to get a better job if he continued his studies. Therefore, he enrolled in the graduate program at UCLA. He would earn a master’s degree in English literature from this school. Michael was at a crossroads after he finished his college studies. He was not sure what type of career he wanted to get into. He had many job offers in a wide range of industries. He could have never guessed how a trip to a gun show would change his life forever.

Michael was taken to a gun show by a friend, as he’s told on Facebook before. He had no particular interest in guns. However, he decided to go because he did not have anything else to do. He became very interested in the antique guns that were for sale. Michael went to the local library and started to read everything he could about these guns. This would eventually lead Michael to assemble one of the world’s best antique gun collections.

However, guns are not the only items collected by Michael Zomber. He also has a very impressive collection of samurai swords. His interest in samurai originally came from some books he read when he was young. He always admired the code of honor that the samurai lived by. Michael based the screenplay for a film he wrote on the samurai way of life. The film was received very well by many critics who watched it. The samurai sword collection of Michael Zomber has been temporarily displayed at many of the greatest museums in various countries.

Adam Goldenberg Proves That Personalization Sells Fashion

Even as a teenager, Adam Goldenberg knew he wanted to run his own business. By the time Goldenberg graduated high school, he had started, successfully operated and sold his first business, Gamer’s Alliance. Adam Goldenberg joined Intermix Media, the company that bought Gamer’s Alliance and he rose, at age 19, to Chief Operating Officer. At Intermix Media, Adam met longtime business associate Don Ressler.

Soon after Intermix Media was sold, Adam Goldenberg and Ressler founded Intelligent Beauty, a brand-building business. It was Intelligent Beauty that launched JustFab, a global subscription ecommerce company that has 35 million members.

Currently, Adam Goldenberg is Co-CEO of JustFab, Inc., parent company of ShoeDazzle, FabKids and Fabletics, an activewear company. He believes in using customer feedback to drive the company’s merchandising decisions. JustFab sells what people want, as opposed to selling clothing and shoes that are not fashionable or well-made with a flashy website and slick marketing.

Goldenberg knew there was a lot of competition in the online fashion retail fashion industry, therefore, JustFab had to stand out from the competition. Creating an engaging community with style tips, the latest fashion and affordable prices worked out well for Adam Goldenberg; JustFab is exceeding expectations, with $650 million annually in sales. Goldenberg credits JustFab’s rapid growth to giving consumers cutting-edge fashion for $39.95. When the fashion retailer’s members receive their monthly item, Goldenberg wants them to smile.

Goldenberg is a venture partner at Los Angeles-based Crosscut Ventures, a funding source for innovative technology startups. Goldenberg looks for the same passion and willingness to take risks when hiring people to work at JustFab as he does when he evaluates entrepreneurs seeking funding from Crosscut Ventures. In multiple interviews on, Goldenberg stressed that he only hires very intelligent, passionate people who he can challenge to produce extraordinary results.

Goldenberg’s latest venture is bringing Fabletics on, JustFab’s fastest growing business unit, to consumers in brick and mortar stores.