Wall Street Journal reported that the fashion retail company JustFab decided to add a new finance chief and president to their team. Todd Tappin joined the JustFab team at the end of June of this year. He brings to the company his past experience as a CFO and chief operations officer at Rubicon Project. Rubicon Project is an online advertising tech firm located in sunny California. Mr. Tappin also served as a director for the equity company Gores Group.
JustFab is also based in California and they were recently estimated to be worth one billion dollars in 2014, which made them get the nickname unicorn. In the business world the term unicorn means the business is at a point where it is coveted and sought after like the mythical creature the unicorn.
Mr. Tappin pointed out that the company has a staggering number of four million VIP members.
Mr. Tappin call the company exceedingly strong with a good looking future. His plans for the company are to encourage growth and to open the equity and the debt to establish financing for acquisitions.
Just Fab is a trendy, style haven, worldwide phenomenon. They are focused on giving the stylish, modern and trendy woman of today great value for fashionable items, as long as the woman joins their VIP membership program.
The VIP membership program includes a personalized shopping experience that caters to women’s style preferences and fashion budget. Being a member allows women to shop from every JustFab item at a reasonable discount, which makes buying an entire outfit that much easier. Learn more about JustFab: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JustFab
Women who are VIP members at JustFab can also skip the monthly membership charge and are able to cancel the membership with just one call to the JustFab customer service number.