Ooshma Garg on the ups and downs of building Gobble


Synopsis

Ooshma Garg, Founder & CEO of Gobble and Investment Partner at X Factor Ventures is giving a closing keynote speech on the entrepreneurial journey she embarked on with building Gooble.

About Ooshma Garg

Ooshma Garg already has started two successful businesses – one that she recently sold and another that has attracted over one million dollars in venture capital. In 2008, she created Anapata, an online site that matches students looking for jobs with potential employers, mostly in the legal field. Garg sold it to the legal company LawWerx. Garg then founded Gobble, a dinner delivery service that creates 10-minute 1-pan fresh dinner kits for busy professionals looking for a healthy and quick alternative to takeout. Garg raised money from top investors in Silicon Valley – including LinkedIn Co-founder Reid Hoffman – of over $1.2 million in seed capital for her business.

Closing keynote presentation held at Silicon Valley Forum’s Women in Tech Festival 2018, hosted at Computer History Museum, Mountain View on April 12th-13th, 2018. Visit the official event page here.


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