Founder and CEO of Learnerbly – we empower employees to own the development by connecting them to the very best professional development opportunities based on what they need to lean and how they like to learn (coaching, courses, conferences, books, podcasts + more) curated from 200+ of the top L&D providers. We are trusted by the most progressive scale-ups and enterprises including GoCardless, Snyk, IDEO, Curve, HelloFresh, Bazaarvoice, Treatwell, WeTransfer and many more.
Prior to Learnerbly Rajeeb founded Enternships.com, a portal that connects students and graduates to work placements in over 7000 start-ups and SMEs, and which developed innovative corporate talent programmes for clients such as Telefonica, Santander and Havas for which he was named the “02 X Young Entrepreneur of the Year” in 2009 and the youngest recipient of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion in 2013.
Rajeeb is also the Co-Founder of StartUp Britain, a national entrepreneurship campaign supported by the government; it was launched by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron in March 2011. He served as a Trustee of UnLtd, the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs for over 10 years, and was recognised as one of the 1,000 Most Influential People in London by The Evening Standard. He graduated with First Class Honours in Economics and Management from the University of Oxford in 2008 and was appointed as the world’s youngest Young Global Leader (at 26) by the World Economic Forum in 2012.
Rajeeb is also a contributor for Forbes.com writing on issues such as the leadership, ‘future of work’ (or just work these days!) and entrepreneurship.