Lance Ulanoff at Mashable tests out Rameet’s (Ep. 020) latest idea, Lovematically, which is an Instagram liking machine. Ulanoff: “An app developer by trade, Chawla […] created it as a sort of sociological and marketing experiment. The more he explained his thinking behind it, the less he sounded like a prankster and more like a […]
Rameet Chawla [Ep. 020], on top of creating and building his mobile app shop, Fueled, has developed his own co-working for tech startups space in SoHo called the Fueled Collective. The New York Times features the Fueled Collective in their writeup about the co-working space phenomena within the NYC tech scene. Link here.
It’s your chance to ask the questions! On Twitter, write a follow-up question for the latest guest to Prologue Profiles (@prologuepros). Five will be picked to be answered by the guest. Episode 020: Rameet Chawla (@rameet) pivoted 3 times to form Fueled (@fueled), a mobile design and development company. Rameet was recently nominated for the Empact100 List. 1. […]
“I operate my life like a startup. I learn a little bit and I test something else out and I keep iterating and iterating until it’s perfect.“ – Rameet Chawla Please enjoy the transcript of Episode 020 with Rameet Chawla (Rameet’s Climbing the Risk Curve) in its entirety: Dan: Episode 020 of “Prologue Profiles”, bringing you inspiring interviews with […]
Across the country, 100 startups are selected to the Empact100 List, “a compilation of the top entrepreneurs in the US age 30 and under with revenues over $100,000.” The selected entrepreneurs attend a recognition event at the White House later this month. Rameet (020), founder of Fueled, has been selected to the Empact100 List. Congratulations, Rameet! […]
Looking for a way out of his finance job, Rameet (@rameet) decided to use his tech expertise and work for himself. …He never looked back. Rameet’s company, Fueled (@fueled), which specializes in making mobile apps, has grown in the past year and a half from 8 to 56 employees. I spoke with Rameet at midnight and […]