Rahim was honored at The White House with an Empact 100 Award by Startup America and The Kauffman Foundation. He has been named one of the Top 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30 in America by Inc Magazine, one of the Top 40 Under 40 by the San Francisco Business Times, and one of the Top 25 Digital Thought-Leaders by iMedia.
Most recently, Rahim was the co-founder and CEO of Involver, an enterprise social media platform used by more than one million companies and many Fortune 500 brands. Involver was acquired by Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) where Rahim is now a senior director of the company’s Social Cloud business.
While still in high school, Rahim co-founded a web-hosting company and negotiated its sale for $1.5 million while taking his Senior Year final exams. He then started a web services platform business and took it public, becoming one of the youngest directors of a publicly traded company in America.
Rahim completed his MBA at Canada’s top management school, the Richard Ivey School of Business. Because of his achievements, he was the youngest student in the school’s 80 year history accepted without a prerequisite university degree.
Rahim is an adviser to several start-ups, early-stage venture funds, and non-profit organizations, including the Peace Innovation Lab at Stanford University and the US Chamber of Commerce.
A frequent and popular speaker, Rahim’s life planning program, “Gettin’ It”, provides alternately hilarious and sobering education to youths on how to truly get what they want out of life.