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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rahul Gandhi. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rahul Gandhi, often where they are interviewed.

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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rahul Gandhi. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rahul Gandhi, often where they are interviewed.

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Redefining a $40b Industry - MakeSpace Co-Founder Rahul Gandhi

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The storage industry was a real estate game, slicing up units like apartments and renting them – that is, until MakeSpace disrupted it with a customer-first convenience strategy. Now, after raising $150m and expanding to 31 markets, Co-Founder Rahul Gandhi is still flexing his innovation mindset to ensure they are the disruptors. We talk about risk-taking, the importance of convenience and re-imaging customer-centric strategies.

Jul 30 2020 · 32mins
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Rahul Gandhi On Raising $150 Million To Create A Dropbox For Your Real Things

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Rahul Gandhi is the cofounder and CEO of MakeSpace which is an on-demand storage company that makes it easy to order, store, and retrieve physical belongings. The company has raised $140 million so far from top tier investors such as Iron Mountain, Provenio Capital, Maywic Select Investments, Upfront Ventures, CX Collective, Ten Eighty Capital, 8VC, Founders Fund, and Lowercase Capital to name a few.
Jul 30 2020 · 42mins
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Podcast 250.0: US Elections, Rahul Gandhi, COVID19 and Indian Politics

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Aadit Kapadia and Pramod Kumar Buravali talk about the US Elections, Rahul Gandhi, COVID19 and Indian Politics.
Jul 21 2020 · 41mins
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The Peers (Kate Hammer & Rahul Gandhi) – GPYS 185

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The Montreal podcast that asks The Peers: What is your favorite biopic? (Because Tranna Wintour wanted to know).

Two of The Peers (Rahul & Kate) join Walter and Keith… wait… that’s not Walter! That’s Sarah! That’s right, my wife stepped in for this episode of Go Plug Yourself!

Rahul and Kate talk about the television show Lost, how Shakespeare is everywhere and also just maybe having sex with a fire alien. The Peers will be bringing their rapid fire take on all (that’s right, ALL) of The Bard’s works at Toronto Fringe starting next week, so if you’re in Toronto, be sure to check them out.  Opening night is July 3rd at 9:30 pm at Annex Theatre, 730 Bathurst Street, Toronto.   Tickets and more showtimes here.

Also, how great is it that Rahul and Kate happened to be standing with each other in their promotional material? Worked out great for me anyways. Enjoy the show!

As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Leighland Beckman and Aural Turpitude!

Keith does all sorts of things here on 9to5.cc, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.

Walter J. Lyng is a stand-up comedian based out of Montreal, you should follow him on Twitter @wallygoodtimes and on Facebook: Walter J. Lyng

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Jun 27 2019 · 1hr 37mins
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The Peers (Kate Hammer & Rahul Gandhi) – GPYS 185

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The Montreal podcast that asks The Peers: What is your favorite biopic? (Because Tranna Wintour wanted to know).

Two of The Peers (Rahul & Kate) join Walter and Keith… wait… that’s not Walter! That’s Sarah! That’s right, my wife stepped in for this episode of Go Plug Yourself!

Rahul and Kate talk about the television show Lost, how Shakespeare is everywhere and also just maybe having sex with a fire alien. The Peers will be bringing their rapid fire take on all (that’s right, ALL) of The Bard’s works at Toronto Fringe starting next week, so if you’re in Toronto, be sure to check them out.  Opening night is July 3rd at 9:30 pm at Annex Theatre, 730 Bathurst Street, Toronto.   Tickets and more showtimes here.

Also, how great is it that Rahul and Kate happened to be standing with each other in their promotional material? Worked out great for me anyways. Enjoy the show!

As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Leighland Beckman and Aural Turpitude!

Keith does all sorts of things here on 9to5.cc, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.

Walter J. Lyng is a stand-up comedian based out of Montreal, you should follow him on Twitter @wallygoodtimes and on Facebook: Walter J. Lyng

The post The Peers (Kate Hammer & Rahul Gandhi) – GPYS 185 appeared first on 9to5 (dot cc).

Jun 27 2019 · 1hr 37mins
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Podcast 218.0: 2019 Bihar encephalitis tragedy, Rahul Gandhi and Indian Politics with Shubhrastha

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Aadit Kapadia is joined by author and columnist Shubhrastha as they talk about 2019 Bihar encephalitis tragedy, Rahul Gandhi and Indian Politics.
Jun 23 2019 · 36mins
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Ep 68: Budgam, Rahul Gandhi, Khopivali water crisis and more

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In this episode of Reporters without Orders, Gaurav Sarkar takes over as host. He's joined by Newslaundry's Ayush Tiwari and Basant Kumar, as well as Jane Borges and Anamika Gharat, who are both reporters with Mid Day in Mumbai. The panel discusses the Budgam incident, where a Mi-17 helicopter was shot down by the Indian Air Force in a case of friendly fire on February 27, leading to the death of all six airmen on board as well as a civilian on the ground. Gaurav asks why this information was revealed only after the conclusion of the general election. While Ayush recounts other instances of friendly fire and the resultant deaths caused, Basant calls this a sort of "cover-up", saying if the information was revealed in real time, it might have adversely affected the election results for the governing party.The conversation moves to a story that Jane and Anamika reported from the village of Khopivali in Maharashtra, which faces severe water scarcity for a major part of the year. Community members here exclusively marry members only from outside the community, a tradition that is causing the village’s male residents to be stuck in a state of “forever bachelorhood” since no women from other villages want to get married and settle in Khopivali. “This is also a women empowerment issue,” Jane points out. Anamika explains how she discovered the story in the first place, and discusses how things played out in the political spectrum too.The panel also discusses the growing violence towards Muslims ever since the results of the 2019 general election were announced and “the curious case of Rahul Gandhi’s resignation”.For this and more, listen in!

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May 29 2019 · 51mins
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703: Exclusive: Rahul Gandhi in Conversation With The Quint

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The 2019 Lok Sabha elections are coming to a close, and with that one of the most hard-fought political battles in recent memory.

How will India’s future look like after 23 May? Rahul Gandhi, President of the Indian National Congress, speaks to Raghav Bahl, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Quint and Sanjay Pugalia, Editorial Director of The Quint.

Gandhi speaks about Congress’ failure to establish a coalition in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi, the party’s flagship NYAY scheme, Gandhi’s strategy on a fractured mandate post-results and who will be the prime minister in a Congress-led government. Listen to the podcast for the full interview!

May 17 2019 · 22mins
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Making Risky Choices with Rahul Gandhi

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Rahul Gandhi is no stranger to risky business strategies. After Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Rahul came face-to-face with an issue most people don’t think twice about: where to store things in major metropolitan areas. While everyone else saw a problem with no solution, Rahul saw an opportunity.

Rahul has since gone on to found and build MakeSpace, a storage solution business. Rahul Gandhi is the CEO of MakeSpace, a company disrupting the decades-old storage solutions industry with innovative technology and a fresh attitude

What makes MakeSpace unique you ask? When you store something with MakeSpace, the goods are cataloged and moved to a storage facility. Then, when you want to reclaim one of your items, all you have to do is log onto your MakeSpace account, request what you want, and it’s delivered to your home (like Amazon Prime, but for your own possessions).

In this interview, Chad and Rahul sit down to discuss the hard choices Rahul has had to make on his journey from start-up company to industry presence in 24 different cities. Rahul also discusses how he managed to compete in a crowded and very traditionalist industry.

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May 14 2019 · 1hr 3mins
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How Rahul Gandhi Turned a Personal Hurricane Disaster into a Better Storage Experience with Make Space

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Hey everyone! In today’s episode, I share the mic with Rahul Gandhi, CEO and Co-Founder of Make Space, a New York-based storage solution company.

Tune in to hear how Hurricane Sandy changed the course of Rahul’s career, how they got their first 1,000 customers, and why different locations create different needs. 

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Jan 16 2019 · 28mins
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