Anthony G. Petrello, who is also known as Tony Petrello, has held the position of Chief Executive Officer of a company known as Nabors since 2011. Nabors is a holding company of Nabors Exchangeco, located in Canada. Since 1992, Mr. Petrello has held the title of President of Nabors. Since 1991, Mr. Nabors held the position of the Chief Operating Officer of Nabors. Before this, he practiced at a law firm that is known as Baker and McKenzie. Here, he was the Managing Partner of the firms New York City location.
In addition to being the Chief Executive Officer as well as the President of Nabors, Mr. Petrello has also been Nabor’s Chairman of the Board since 2012. Before starting as the Chairman of the Board, from 2003 to 2012, Mr. Tony Petrello was the Deputy Chairman of Nabors. In addition to his many positions here, since 2011 Mr. Petrello has also been one of the Directors of a company known as Steward and Stevenson. He has held this position since 2011. He has been one of Nabor’s Directors since he started here back in 1991.
If Mr. Petrello isn’t busy enough, he also stays busy with some other things, as well. Mr. Petrello serves as one of the Directors for the Texas Children’s Hospital and he has also served as one of the directors for a company known as MediaOnDemand.com. Mr. Petrello received his J.D. Law Degree from Harvard Law School. He also holds a B.S. as well as an M.S. in Mathematics and he received both of these degrees from Yale University.
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Don Ressler is the business person behind Intelligent Beauty along with its subsidiaries. He has established several successful start-ups. FitnessHeaven.com was his first start-up. The firm was acquired by Intermix Media. Following the acquisition in 2001, Don Ressler teamed up with Adam Goldenberg to establish Alena Media. Adam served as the COO of Intermix Media and was 19 years old at the time. Alena Media, an ecommerce advertising division was Intermix’s profit generating center. It raked hundreds of millions in revenue.
Don Ressler knew they had the essential skills to achieve in the online performance advertising. They opted to form a brand building business. They gathered professionals that previously worked with Alena Media. Following a series of brainstorming, Intelligent Beauty, a brand building business that deals directly to the consumer was established. The first creation by Ressler’s firm was DERMSTORE, an online market for skincare. The company inaugurated SENSA two years later. It was a weight loss system. The two ventures have been highly profitable.
In 2010, Don Ressler’s Intelligent Beauty launched JustFab, an ecommerce fashion retailer. The firm works through subscription. By 2011 December, the company had 4 million members. It crossed the 6 million mark five months later. That feat coincided with a second round of funding. The firm successfully secured $76 million from Crossover Ventures, Rho Ventures, Matrix Partners, and Intelligent Beauty.
Following the first two years success, JustFab began to seek new opportunities to reach out to new markets. First, it acquired FabKids, a subscription service particularly for children’s fashion. JustFab purchased the company after recognizing that parents formed a bigger part of the members. Subsequently, JustFab purchased The Fab Shoes, an ecommerce site that operates in Europe. The new acquisition brought in over 500,000 new members. In 2013, JustFab started Fabletics by teaming up with Kate Hudson. It’s a site for athletic wear. Following the inclusion of Fabletics to the JustFab umbrella was ShoeDazzle, a shoe subscription service. In addition to the 2013 accomplishments, JustFab opened its flagship store the same year. Source: http://www.matrixpartners.com/entrepreneur-stories/adam_goldenberg/
Don Ressler has raised over $ 100 million in capital for online firms. He has also generated more than $1 billion in sales for internet companies. For this reason, he has been dubbed an enterprise and brand building guru. Recently, his firm collaborated with People Style Watch to start an exclusive capsule collection.
Solo Capital Holdings is the company Sanjay Shah started out of the ashes of his career on Wall Street. His company now owns the trading brands Solo Capital Limited and Solo Capital UK, which operate in the markets of London. Since starting the holding company, he has bought and founded other companies in such diverse locations as Malta, Dubai, London, Luxembourg, the Virgin Islands, and the Cayman Islands.
It has only taken 8 years for Shah to amass a fortune estimated to be worth approx. $280 million. He even got back into investment banking with his purchase of Old Park Lane Capital. Shah now lives the life of a philanthropic retiree with his family in Dubai. Shah worked his way to the top, intensely producing for the major finance house Merrill Lynch, and Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley. Then, in 2007 when the corruption scandals broke and Wall Street spiraled into The Street, Sanjay Shah was downsized with thousands of others.
He did not stop his ambitions, but he did get into action. He founded Solo Capital Holdings in 2007 out of his original company: Aesa S.a.r.l. It was a risky move, but one that obviously has paid off quite fully. Shah started a new philanthropic venture a while back. While he was entertaining Snoop Dogg with his family in their home in Dubai, he mentioned that his youngest son is autistic.
Shah took the idea to heart and launched the charity: Autism Rocks. So far the charity has raised over $15 million that has gone to the Autism Research Trust, a Cambridge University study program. Some of the superstars, besides Snoop Dogg, that have performed at these very private benefit shows include Drake, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Bublè, and the late Prince.
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