Rahim is a Product Manager at Google, based in Shanghai. He was previously at Amazon in Beijing, and has been in China since 2010.
Before that he was based in London, and co-founded two financial services startups: one doing credit risk management for large lenders; the other providing small loans to customers underserved by high street banks.
Outside the office, you will find Rahim baking/eating carrot cake, installing Debian on a sub-$10 device, or falling off his unicycle.
Rahim holds an MA and MBA from the University of Oxford, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). He speaks English, Mandarin and Gujarati.
Based in Shanghai and Beijing.
‘…the question of whether Machines Can Think … is about as relevant as the question of whether Submarines Can Swim.’ – E.W. Dijkstra