Now offering more than 15k products, Fab teases that it's pivoting to 'a new model'

Now offering more than 15k products, Fab teases that it's pivoting to 'a new model'

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In a curious blog post, Fab founder and CEO Jason Goldberg detailed that his company plans to pivot “towards a new model that [it is] not yet ready to reveal publicly.” Back in early 2011, Fab shuttered Fabulis, its gay social networking service, to pivot into a design flash sale site. That transition...
Now offering more than 15k products, Fab teases that it's pivoting to 'a new model'
                               

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Fab decides there's more to its business than flash sales, plans major expansion

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Last May, Fab CEO’s Jason Goldberg gave entrepreneurs a piece of advice: don’t be afraid to break with a bad idea. And Goldberg would know, since he previously tried to launch a social network before focusing instead on building a design-centric e-commerce site. So when Goldberg says the company is pivoting again, you...
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Ex-Jobster founder Jason Goldberg pivoting Fab, this time challenging Amazon

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Jason Goldberg Those in the Seattle startup community may remember Jason Goldberg. The former T-Mobile manager and White House aide was one of the more colorful characters in this community and co-founded the online recruiting startup Jobster in 2003, which eventually tanked. Now, though, Goldberg is making moves with his New...
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Fab redesigns site, acquires German furniture maker

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The flash sales site revamps its online and offline presence to include more custom products and, of course, more emphasis on design. [Read more]...
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Fab's 3rd pivot takes on Amazon with physical stores, exclusive products, redesigns, EU expansion

thenextweb.com
Back in December, Fab CEO Jason Goldberg detailed his company’s plans to pivot “towards a new model that [it is] not yet ready to reveal publicly.” Now, following various predictions and financing speculation, Fab revealed it has acquired Massivkonzept, a Hamburg, Germany-based startup which sells custom-built furniture online; it is launching an exclusive line of products, dubbed ”Exclusively Fab”; it’s launching...
Fab's 3rd pivot takes on Amazon with physical stores, exclusive products, redesigns, EU expansion
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