The Golden Career Of Sam Tabar, COO FullCycle Fund Inc.

In late 2016, Sam Tabar got named as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the startup, Awearable Apparel. In a nutshell, Awearable Apparel Inc. is a company which specializes in designing kid’s clothing.

The unique thing about their clothes is that they come fitted with tech devices which help in finding the kids if ever they get lost. With Sam leading this startup, it is only a matter of time before investors flock to own a share of the company. That is, before the stock price doubles under Mr. Tabar.

Currently, Sam happens to be a partner at the venture capitalist firm, FullCycleFund. He joined the enterprise on Dec 2014, and he’s primary responsibilities include;

  • Pitching potential investors in a bid to raise extra capital
  • Risk assessment and analysis
  • Handling the legal affairs and other administrative functions like accounts oversight and with CSR programs
  • Formulating a growth and expansion strategy

Finest New York Attorney

So far, judging by the earnings and revenues reports released by FullCycle, Sam Tabar is an exceptionally gifted equities analyst. The brilliant attorney from New York has worked with notable companies such as Meryl Lynch, Hong Kong Division and with the Sparkz Group/PMA also in Hong Kong.

Most of his legal prowess and reputation came when he was a lead attorney at the prestigious New York Based Law Firm, Skadden, Arps, Slate, and Meagher & Flom LLP & Affiliates. His stint at that five-star law firm lasted close to six years ending in May 2007.

Social Media Presence

According to Art Station, Sam Tabar is very active on the social media scene. The capital strategist has a sizeable following and fan-base on his Facebook, and SlideShare pages and Twitter account. He uses these platforms to mostly talk about all the wonderful charity work Sam and his partners have been doing in remote Africa and Asia. Learn more about Brad Reifler:

Sam is very passionate in his resolve to make the world a better place by empowering the poor and the marginalized communities.


Sam is the recipient of honorary law degrees from not one but two top-tier universities. Sam went to Columbia Law School in 2000 to pursue his Master’s degree in Law. He was at Oxford with his Bachelor’s degree in Law. Sam regularly contributes to the Huffington Post.