Fab.com is short for Failing

Fab.com is short for Failing

In case you haven’t been following Fab, they recently laid off 75-100 people or 15-20% of their global workforce. Bought a furniture company for ‘tens of millions‘. And is changing direction to become a private label furniture company.  But they still found the money to open up a showroom in the famous shopping district of SoHo in New York, NY.

Want to see what it looks like?

Pretty empty. Only a few furniture displays, and a row if iMac’s to encourage people to buy online and not interact with people.




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