People don't buy good products. They buy great stories backed by good products.
I am a storyteller & I grow products. I travel and market on the move. The products that really drive me are often about bridging the gap between digital and analog. A wanderer, I scale mountains and jump out of airplanes.
I'm helping build & grow Airmeet - the all-in-one platform to host interactive virtual online events, meetups & conferences.
I'm a big supporter of remote work and a location independent lifestyle. I am the host of The Remote Work Summit, organized annually with a global audience of 5300+ entrepreneurs, HRs & CEOs along with speakers from Microsoft, Github, WordPress, Trello, Evernote & others
For speaking opportunities or webinar/podcast interviews, please drop me a message here or reach out via my website.
I founded The Remote Life - Travel, Work & Live Anywhere with Like-Minded People.
I'm also a (remote) Growth Head with multiple early-mid stage tech startups and I actively consult on building effective, scalable, profitable marketing strategies.
I founded LazyThumbs at CIIE-IIMA to provide a marketing platform for retail stores & help them connect with shoppers. It eventually evolved into a concierge shopping service on chat. I shut it down for lack of a bigger purpose (and feeling stupid at building a free call center on chat).
My experience from LazyThumbs led me to co-found Amicus Shopping Assistant which was born with the desire to provide fair value to online shoppers. Amicus built a kickass data pipeline and had considerable qualitative advantages over existing competitors. Amicus was acquired by Indiqus Technologies in early 2016 and I exited the company post-handover.
During the AI/ML frenzy, I helped build Fragments - a bot that would remember everything you tell it & recall instantly on request. We built an API first platform & reached 12000+ organic users. Then 1 day Google launched Assistant and added 'memory' as another feature of their hugely popular product.