Fast-moving Fab is on a mission to become a “really massive” global e-commerce company.
As Fab expands internationally, its founders realized two things had to change. First, the flash sales model. And now, its entire base of operations.
After pivoting away from flash sales and toward its own products, New York City-based Fab has just raised a huge amount of funding to help drive its transformation and support its fast-growing audience.
The Fab you know and love is gone, and replacing it is something far more ambitious.
Fab is continuing its global expansion with a funding deal — and a potential new partner — in India.
Fab is blowing away all its previous sales numbers — and for retail, late November is just the beginning.
Fab keeps expanding its operations around the globe, and it’s next steps take it to the populous Indian subcontinent.
Design-centric e-commerce startup Fab.com just keeps rolling out the goodies. Today, the company is announcing a new kind of shop on the site.
When Fab.com won a Crunchie for best shopping app, no one was more surprised than the startup’s CEO, Jason Goldberg (pictured).
Fab.com, the design-focused flash sale site, has been going gangbusters lately. Today, the company announced a slew of changes aimed at a global takeover.
Design flash sale site Fab.com has just launched a suite of mobile apps to bring its signature offerings — great designs at accessible prices — to iPhone, iPad and Android users.
Fab.com is borderline famous for its design-focused flash sales, and today, it’s launching pop-up shops.
[vimeo 29007532 w=640 h=300] The pivot — it’s quickly become one of the most hated, worn-out words in the entrepreneur’s vocabulary.
Fab.com, a design-focused flash sale site that launched June 9, has announced an $8 million Series A round of investment led by Menlo Ventures.