This Office Is the Perfect Blend of Style and Tech
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This Office Is the Perfect Blend of Style and Tech

RewardStyle’s headquarters have indoor bikes, a bar, and more coffee table books than you could read in a lifetime.

Renée Rodenkirchen

When you’ve built a totally revolutionary tech company that’s wildly successful and has completely changed the modern retail model before the age of 30, you naturally need an office to match. In the case of Amber Venz Box of Rewardstyle, all of the above is true in equal measure.

And while we knew about her massively successful tech company (and unbelievably awesome wardrobe to match—even more unbelievable, check out her daughter’s closet), we hadn’t yet seen her new office, er, complex in Dallas. Naturally, we had to see it for ourselves.

Amongst the 100,000,000 other things she’s got going on (like partnering with Rebecca Minkoff on her first see-now-buy-now runway show in L.A., launching their LIKEtoKNOW.it app where users can shop screenshots, oh, and last year at SXSW she followed President Obama onstage to speak about the business of influence...nbd), she somehow found the time to open an office in New York and one in Shanghai in addition to designing one of the most fun-looking workspaces at their HQ in Dallas.

We got a tour from Amber herself and heard all about what she’s been up to in the last year, and got to see the details that make her office so special.


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“I started a jewelry line in high school that lasted about ten years, and then I moved to L.A. for a while and worked with a stylist. Then I moved to New York and I worked alongside Thakoon—I was on their wholesale side. I moved back to Dallas and worked as a buyer for a local small luxury shop here. I decided to leave my full-time job and focus on my jewelry line, which was doing well. I launched an e-commerce site for it and started selling direct to consumer. I started my blog in 2010, and I was also doing personal shopping on the side. I had my key customers and I’d take them into stores, and the stores would pay me a commission on the sale. What I thought was, ‘If I can document all of this on my blog, I’ll have more offline customers and I’ll earn more commission by making more sales.’ I started posting three times a day on Venzedits, which is still my blog today.”
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