For Samuel Strauch, The Value Is In His Values

There are people that are created for success. The real estate Mogul Samuel Strauch is one of those people. The secret to this successful business is the values that he brings to his life and work.

WHO IS SAMUEL STRAUCH?

Samuel Strauch is a real estate Mogul, he is principal at Metrick Real Estate. A graduate of the renowned University of Hofstra in business. As well as other programs from University of Rotterdam and the prestigious Harvard University, Upon graduation, he cut his teeth in banking. He did this, till he joined his family owned business. The family business introduced him to real estate and he was instantly hooked.
 
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Having being with the family for some time, In 2002 he decided to branch out on his own. He successfully runs this business till date. He grows his business empire through his personal values. He engages in various real estate ventures, in the South Florida area and also Latin America.
 
Samuel Strauch’s values are embedded in his philosophical ideas that have continued to guide him to be a leader in his field. My favorite of his quotes is, “Always think win-win. That is a critical point with your team, partners, investors, and everybody you interact with”. This quote proves that Mr. Samuel Strauch is willing to give whatever he does in life his best and failure is not an option.
 
In his spare time Samuel Strauch is fervent and passionate about art and photography. Samuel Strauch is definitely a success story.

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Fabletics Giving Amazon A Run For Its Money

Amazon never expected that Kate Hudson would give them a run for their money. The popular Hollywood star appears to be taking a slice of the huge pie that the huge online seller has enjoyed eating all these years, specifically in the sportswear niche. Hudson is selling women’s sportswear online through her company Fabletics and it appears that she is taking a huge chunk of the market that was previously dominated by Amazon.

 

 

In just a span of three years, Hudson’s Fabletics was able to infiltrate the seemingly impenetrable global market of Amazon. If current statistics are to be believed, her company has already amassed a whooping $250 million growth in business. Fabletics is selling her brand of sportswear directly to its growing list of customers. In doing so, it has breached into the 20 percent market share of the global online marketing giant. The attractive membership plan and easy online shopping which Hudson’s company offers seem to be the spear point of her company’s success.

 

 

Fabletics attracts its customers by asking them to answer a list of questions about their lifestyles. These questions are designed to help prospective clients to choose various products according to their tastes and lifestyles. Signing up as a member is also free making it easy for people to join as members. If a customer chooses to be a VIP member, she can buy her first outfit for only $25. On top of that, the client also gets discounts on other items she would like to purchase. Customers are also encouraged to buy items on a monthly basis. But they can also skip buying in one month if they don’t want to.

 

 

Fabletics utilizes a unique marketing strategy that took the dominant sportswear seller by surprise. The company is using what is called the ‘reverse showroom technique’ where customers can see the workout apparels, their features and their prices online, Other online sellers were wary of using this technique because of its seemingly high cost. Apparently, Hudson had proven her competitors wrong with the way she has catapulted her sales to the top in just three years. In addition to this effective strategy, Fabletics also uses all these sales data it has collected to choose what items they will sell in a specific area.

 

 

It appears that the unique business model that Hudson adapted for Fabletics is the main ingredient of her company’s business success. She capitalizes on a subscription service model that enables her customers to get their sportswear every month for a fee. Who could resist such an offering if the price of the item is cut in half? And customers are not limited to ordinary, run-of-the-mill items. Hudson’s workout apparels offered in Fabletics are trendy, stylish and high quality items. On top of these, her business model ensures customer satisfaction and improved users’ experience. The result could not be ignored and this must be the reason why Amazon is getting worried.