#198 - Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena, EvaBot - EvaBot Is…A Gifting Assistant…It Makes It Easy For Businesses to Send Gifts

54 minutes

In episode 198 we welcome our guests, Rabi Gupta and Satwick Saxena. Rabi and Satwick walk through the early days of EvaBot and how the pair started the company accidentally as a way to improve their networking efforts in Silicon Valley. As a result of some feedback, they launched their company, EvaBot.

They discuss building the product from an idea, and deciding that a bot was the solution that would make the product work paired with some additional automation in their operations.

Meb follows with some questions on EvaBot’s target market. Rabi and Satwick discuss traction in the real estate and mortgage industries, but feel there are other verticals that offer use cases for EvaBot.

The conversation then transitions into the company’s experience with funding. The pair get into their seed round in 2017 and the growth they experienced after that round which served as validation of product market fit.

As the conversation winds down, Rabi and Satwick dive into the process behind sourcing all of the great gift products they offer.

All this and more in episode 198, including a can’t miss offer at the end of the episode from Rabi and Satwick.

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