Rudolf Vavruch is the CTO and a co-founder of FlexClub, a vehicle subscription marketplace available in South Africa and Mexico. Prior to founding FlexClub, Rudolf was CTO and co-founder of RentMyRide - a peer to peer vehicle sharing marketplace - enabling vehicle owners to generate income from idle assets. Before that he was CTO and co-founder of Ekaya - a property rental marketplace that offered a unique tenant insurance policy for landlords and an online profile for tenants which pre-approved their affordability and credit-worthiness. He also served as web architect at 8bit, an ad management & personalised content recommendation start up as it grew it's high volume business across multiple countries.

My Mentoring Topics

  • Starting a start up
  • Software Architecture
  • Management
  • Moving from an IC to a manager

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