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Fab.com Overview

Industry

Internet Software & Services

Organization Type

Private

Employees

230

Headquarters

New York, NY

Website

fab.com

Website

fab.com



Founded in

2010

Revenue

$65.8M

Key People

Steve Russo (Owner),
David Bohnett (Director),
Howard Morgan (Director),
Jeff Jordan (Director),
Jason Goldberg (Executive Officer, Director),
Glen Ligten (Executive Officer),
Pravin Vazirani (Director),
David Lapter (Executive Officer),
Allen Morgan (Director)

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About Fab.com

Fab is an e-commerce company founded in 2010.

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Fab is an e-commerce company founded in 2010.

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Hi Jason - Congratulations on your fundraising! I am currently based in Europe and interested in your expansion there. You entered the European market with a German and an English version of Fab.com. Does the English website perform well in conquering new markets, especially non English-speaking ones? Do you deem it was a savvy way to enter Europe? And I have noticed your merchandising on Fab Europe is quite different from the US store and I find it far less compelling (quality, less designer's products, too many gadgets). Do you agree and what is the argument for this? (Personally it made me turn to Monoqi or Selekkt or YOMii though customer experience is not like Fab). Thanks, Therese - Paris, France

our sales in Europe are really strong. We started off German language only. In may we added English language and expanded to ship across the EU. We currently derive 25% of our revenue in the EU outside of Germany. We think it will be 50% by end of year. We're also working very hard to increase the quality of the merchandise in Europe. That's a major priority for the rest of this year.

Jason, Congrats for the round! Actually we are also in a similar niche in flash sales in some Latin America countries and we share the passion in E-Commerce. My question: How you manage to spread fabs culture in such a fast growth?

Maintaing our culture is actually the hardest thing for us to do now as we grow. We were 25 people here in New York at this time last year, and we have 400 people globally working on Fab now. The biggest thing for us is, Fab is Fab is Fab, everywhere we operate. Thats the culture, the team, the products on the website, the look and feel, the operations, the customer service.Getting this culture right is key to getting the brand right. Our number one thing at Fab is, its gotta be real, its gotta be authentic. What we say is what we do. This week we had our top 50 managers from around the globe get together for a week to do nothing but talk about culture: what Fab culture is, how we protect it, preserve it, and grow it. It was an amazing week!

Congrats on the dough. Well deserved. Do you have any plans to improve the Fab blog? ;) If so, I know a good editorial person! Also, do you have plans to sell products statically or are you still planning "flash" sales? And one more - will you ship internationally (besides US and Canada)?

Blog is on the list. It sucks right now. Hard to put resources towards it though vs. focusing on the merchandise on the site. We'll get to it soon. We are in the process of moving towards more permanent collections of products always being on Fab. Our top 1000 greatest hits. And, awesome products in every category. We'll get there this fall.

Hi Jason, I want to work for you someday. What should I focus on if I want to do it 6 months from now

I hire for smarts and passion. Send me something to jason@fab.com demonstrating (a) why we need your brain working on Fab, and (b) why you were made to work at Fab. The answer to (b) is actually more important to me. There are tons of smart people out there, but it takes someone truly passionate for Fab's mission to fit in and succeed at Fab.

Few questions, thanks for doing this and congrats on the success of Fab. 1) Please talk a little bit about your growth and scaling. The hardest thing to do is launch a startup, let alone have thousands of people clamoring for your product before you even open your doors. Was your email signup page really that viral before you guys launched? Was it the key to your rapid growth? 2) I know a bit about your previous site and how you pivoted to Fab. I've heard all the great things about Fab, the rapid growth, the huge user base, the amazing sales...but what about the down times? There are always times in a startup where you are unsure if it will work, or you have trouble scaling, or you just are not making sales for it to be worth it for both the brands and the customers. What was your lowest point after launching that made you question the business as a whole?

I think I just answered #1 above. Let me know if you need more. Happy to chat more about it. On #2, the low point for us was January 2011. We had just spent a year building and iterating on what we knew was an amazing product for the gay market, yet the market didn't need it. We had so many people praise the product. Graphic designers thought it was stunningly beautiful. Tech geeks raved about the functionality. Yet, it was a great product with no market demand. That really *** sucked. So, we threw it all away and built the new business around our common passion, where we were certain there was market demand. Design.

Are you (or any other founder/partner) giving yourself a bonus out of this? If so, about how much? Do you think we're in another dot com bubble?

1. No, no bonuses. The cash goes into the business. We're not profitable. Big bonuses are for profits. 2. I don't think it's a bubble if the business has real revenues, extraordinary growth, and a plan for building a big sustainable business. We do.

Why did you raise $105m?

It takes a lot of money to build a global brand. We're investing in (1) technology - particularly more in social commerce and mobile commerce and supply chain, (2) building out our own network of warehouses and supply chain so we can get products to customers super fast, (3) global expansion - we're selling in 20 markets already and will be opening more in 2013.

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Gender

Male

57.4%

Female

31.7%

Unknown

10.9%
Ethnicity

White

60.2%

Hispanic or Latino

15.2%

Black or African American

11.7%

Asian

9.6%

Unknown

3.3%
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Fab.com Employees Education

Schools

New York University

7.6%

Middlesex County College

7.6%

Florida State University

6.3%

Tulsa Welding School

6.3%

Georgia State University

6.3%

Parsons the New School for Design

6.3%

Fashion Institute of Technology

6.3%

University of Memphis

5.1%

University of Phoenix

5.1%

University of Georgia

5.1%

State Technical College of Missouri

3.8%

Florida Atlantic University

3.8%

Virginia Commonwealth University

3.8%

Georgia Southern University

3.8%

Boston University

3.8%

University of Wisconsin Extension

3.8%

Everest Institute

3.8%

Columbia University

3.8%

University of Texas at Austin

3.8%

Montgomery College

3.8%
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Majors

Business

23.8%

Communication

7.4%

Marketing

7.1%

Precision Metal Working

6.3%

Accounting

5.9%

Finance

4.8%

Management

4.5%

Graphic Design

4.5%

Computer Applications

4.1%

Computer Science

3.7%

Electrical Engineering

3.7%

Specialized Sales And Merchandising

3.7%

General Studies

3.3%

Fine Arts

3.0%

English

3.0%

Hospitality Management

2.6%

Drafting And Design

2.2%

Journalism

2.2%

Psychology

2.2%

Education

1.9%
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Degrees

Bachelors

41.9%

Other

31.3%

Masters

12.6%

Associate

6.6%

Certificate

4.5%

License

1.3%

Doctorate

1.1%

Diploma

0.9%
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Fab.com Employee Political Affiliation

Republican Party

54.5%

Democratic Party

45.5%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Jason GoldbergChief Executive Officer $70,100Democratic Party
David MallofManaging Director $7,405Republican Party
George WatsonPresident $4,000Republican Party
Mark FrischSales And Marketing Vice President $2,500Republican Party
Wyatt BrakeAssociate $1,965Democratic Party
Pat RobertsPresident $1,515Republican Party
ALI CudbyManaging Member $1,000Democratic Party
Brian BartuchTrucking $1,000Republican Party
Fred BartuchTrucking $1,000Republican Party
Dave MallofDirector $750Republican Party
Darrin ParksOwner $603Republican Party
Donald HoffmanSales Representative $550Republican Party
Faith BernalRegistered Nurse $500Democratic Party
Bradford ShellhammerFounder $500Democratic Party
Ericka Sampson SmithOwner $500Democratic Party
Catherine SaddlemireCustomer Service Representative Manager $300Democratic Party
D MallofDirector $250Republican Party
Joseph Mangi IIManager $250Republican Party
Leaford BurnettOwner $250Democratic Party
Cheryl MaraffioSenior Vice President $250Democratic Party
Jean PieriteManager $168Democratic Party
DJ MallofDirector $50Republican Party
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Fab.com Salaries

Marketing ManagerNew York, NY $201,000
Information Systems ManagerNew York, NY $201,000
Vice President, MerchandisingNew York, NY $200,000
Vice President, MerchandisingNew York, NY $200,000
Vice President, MerchandisingNew York, NY $200,000
Finance DirectorNew York, NY $140,000
Space Sciences DirectorNew York, NY $120,000
Data ManagerNew York, NY $120,000
Merchandising DirectorNew York, NY $105,000
Instructional DesignerCambridge, MA $90,000
Instructional DesignerCambridge, MA $90,000
Instructional DesignerBoston, MA $90,000
Operations SpecialistNeedham, MA $79,290
Software Engineer LeadNew York, NY $73,000
Operations AnalystNew York, NY $60,000
Operations ManagerBurlingame, CA $51,110
Supply Chain AnalystNeedham, MA $45,885
Supply Chain AnalystNeedham, MA $45,885
Supply Chain AnalystNeedham, MA $45,885
Supply Chain AnalystNeedham, MA $45,885
Supply Chain AnalystCA $45,885
Supply Chain AnalystNeedham, MA $45,885
Software ArchitectNew York, NY $45,000
Market Research AnalystMiami, FL $42,000

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Fab.com Stock Performance

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Revenue

$65.8M

Net Income

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Market Cap

-

Total Equity

-

Total Assets

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Fab.com Financing Rounds

Date Amount Security Type
Aug 2, 2012Equity $100,799,998
Aug 11, 2011Equity $7,954,538
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fab.com

When was Fab.com founded?

Fab.com was founded in 2010.

How many Employees does Fab.com have?

Fab.com has 230 employees.

How much money does Fab.com make?

Fab.com generates $65.8M in revenue.

What industry is Fab.com in?

Fab.com is in the internet software & services industry.

What type of company is Fab.com?

Fab.com is a private company.

Who are Fab.com's competitors?

Fab.com competitors include Birchbox, Etsy, Interactions, Dealertrack Technologies Inc., Branch Messenger, EVASYST, Postmates, Strive, Hulu, Nex, Elevate, Tapjoy, Gilt Groupe Inc., ContactUs.com, Waymark, Classy, DraftKings, Apto, Certain, Author Solutions, LLC.

Who works at Fab.com?

Steve Russo (Owner),
David Bohnett (Director),
Howard Morgan (Director),
Jeff Jordan (Director),
Jason Goldberg (Executive Officer, Director),
Glen Ligten (Executive Officer),
Pravin Vazirani (Director),
David Lapter (Executive Officer),
Allen Morgan (Director)

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Where is Fab.com's headquarters?

Fab.com's headquarters is in New York, NY.

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