Adam Adler of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, was added to the Marquis Who’s Who in August of 2020 for his noteworthy accomplishments as well as his visibility and prominence in the business field along with his contributions.
When Adam Adler was still a child, he suffered multiple muscle cramps when he played the game he loves of tennis. Most of his friends on the court, downing bottles and bottles of Gatorade but he chose to focus on finding a better way to combat his thirst. After he grew older and enrolled at the University of South Carolina, which she attended on a tennis scholarship, he created a software base for a social networking company. He was working hard to earn his Bachelor of Science degree in sports and entertainment management when he helped create the social network of Ultimate Social Networking Inc. and Ultimate College Model.
Adam Adler graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2007 and built a team of scientists. He had sold his previous companies by this point and called his new company Fuse Science. He was finally realizing his dream of changing the way people, especially athletes, could receive their much-needed vitamins and electrolytes while playing sports.
As the chief executive officer (CEO) of Fuse Science, Adam Adler took the company from making about $500,000 per year to a $100 million company. He operated the company as the CEO until 2011 when he turned over the management of it to a new chief executive officer so he could focus his time more on his family as well as the Adler Fund that he had created.
The Adler Fund invests in start-up healthcare, wellness and technology companies and he is offering his knowledge and expertise to help others by taking their own chances on start-up companies. As a well-educated and knowledgeable entrepreneur and investor, he has even had the opportunity to work with celebrities and famous athletes, including Tiger Woods, Andy Murray, Tiger Woods, Paul Pierce, David Ortiz and Jose Bautista. He was even able to sign Tiger Woods with Fuse Science which pulled him away from his previous contract with Gatorade.
Adam Adler is very dedicated to his companies and his community and even volunteers with Chabad to help others reach their own goals in the business world, including with start-ups. As he enjoys the success of the Adler Fund, Adam Adler is also enjoying helping others and spending quality time with his wife and daughter. He said he hopes his experiences and knowledge will inspire others to go outside their comfort zones to reach their own goals and dreams.