The Team

At ActiveGarage, we practice what we preach.

We are not only actively working in our “garage” but also want to help others who are actively working in their garages to build stuff that will transform the world.

Our philosophy is simple – “Always Tinkering.” We are continuously experimenting, learning, building, implementing and getting feedback and then, go back to experimenting.

Along the way, we hope to share what we learn on this blog… and that’s not the best of it! Our authors form the foundation of ActiveGarage through their generous contributions. A little more about our authors – These are accomplished practitioners of business in their own right and what makes their contributions so valuable is that it comes right from their experiences in their field of expertise!

We sincerely hope you like our work and support us in our endeavor to enrich the business community through your participation as well!

Active Team

Himanshu Jhamb (President & Co-founder)

Himanshu is passionate about bringing ideas to life through executing ‘real’ projects. He is the President & Co-founder of Active Garage, a web portal dedicated to helping new entrepreneurs get access to relevant and trusted content (on fundamental concerns of business – entrepreneurship being one of them) from the ‘already accomplished’.

Himanshu has over 15 years of consulting experience in managing and delivering technical projects in a Professional Services organization. He has successfully (and profitably!) led small to mid sized teams on projects ranging from $1-$5M in revenue and encompassing full Software Development Life Cycle. Himanshu is also the co-author of the book # PROJECTMANAGEMENT Tweet book 01, 140 Powerful Bite-Sized Insights into Managing Projects.

Himanshu can be followed on twitter at himjhamb

Active Mentor

rubber_meets_the_road Rajesh Setty

Rajesh Setty is an entrepreneur, author and Speaker based in Silicon Valley. Rajesh currently serves as the president of Suggestica, Inc. and chairman of Jiffle. He is also involved in some combination as a board member, advisor and/or investor in multiple startups. Rajesh’s latest book “Upbeat: Cultivating the Right Attitude to Thrive in Tough Times” was published in May 2009. Rajesh maintains a blog called Life Beyond Code where he writes about entrepreneurship, leadership and simply living a life beyond code. You can also find him on Twitter (@UpbeatNow) where he is known for his collection of #Th!nkTweets.

2 responses to “The Team”

  1. Brandesign says:

    Good work

  2. Brandesign says:

    Good work