New York, New York (PRWEB) October 21, 2013
The Next Web has announced its 50 People In NYC’s Tech Scene That You Need To Know. Rameet Chawla, who placed 3rd on the list, is the Founder and CEO of Fueled and the Fueled Collective. Fueled’s Director, Ryan Matzner, took the 4th position. Chawla, and his company, stand out in Silicon Alley because of their history of creating award-winning apps and web designs.
Located one floor above Foursquare, Fueled Collective hosts over 25 startup companies. Happify, Cameo, Ribbon, and Elevatr are just some of the companies located in the Collective. Amenities in the Collective include a full candy bar, ping pong table, ice cream cart, grand piano, and a wardrobe that leads to a secret conference room.
With a reputation for creating high-end mobile apps, Chawla and Matzner have set the bar for other companies trying to break into the mobile development industry. For Chawla, Fueled stands out from its competitors because “It’s when three things meet each other: a strong idea from strategy, a beautiful design from creative, and well developed product for our coders that creates that sense of awe. We have the team to bring those three things together. That's where the magic is.”
Matzner believes Fueled’s success has been recognized because of its “solid development and product team. Fueled creates designs that no one can touch.” As for the Collective, Matzner’s favorite aspect of the co-working space is Dorian, the Collective’s baker who delivers sweet goodies at the perfect moment during busy days.
It’s their attention to detail and creativity that makes Fueled a notable company. “My excitement is where entrepreneurship meets technology,” says Chawla, when asked about his favorite aspect of app development. “When a client comes to us and we're able to build a successful app together, there is no better feeling.”
Fueled was founded by Chawla in 2009 and was originally set at New York City’s General Assembly. In 2012, Fueled located to Manhattan’s SoHo district between Prince Street and Broadway. Keep an eye out for these two trendy tech entrepreneurs.