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Rahul Vohra

Rahul Vohra

A computer scientist and entrepreneur who founded Superhuman and Rapportive.

Rahul Vohra is a San Francisco-based entrepreneur who designs and invests in technology to improve email and software. His most successful companies to date are Superhuman and Rapportive.

Background and Education

Vohra's hometown is Birmingham, United Kingdom. He studied at the University of Cambridge where he was the president of the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs. He received his Bachelor's in Computer Science in 2005. he was the president of the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs. In 2007, he co-founded Mojo in Cambridge and sold the technology to Cancer Research United Kingdom.

Companies and Investments

In 2010, Vohra was in San Francisco, California and founded Rapportive, a company with technology which shows users information about people who are emailing them. He sold the company to LinkedIn in 2015 for a reported £15 million.His next company was founded in October 2014 and is known as "Superhuman". The company has designed and created an email inbox that streamlines online communication efforts.

Vohra has invested in companies such as Partender, Sendwithus, and EasyPost.




Further reading


How Superhuman Built an Engine to Find Product/Market Fit

Rahul Vohra


November 13, 2018

Documentaries, videos and podcasts


E867: Rahul Vohra's Superhuman: fastest email ever, customers pay & evangelize, 70k waitlist

October 23, 2018




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May 11, 2021
Business Insider
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Staff Reporter
May 10, 2021
The Hindu
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Joanna Glasner
January 29, 2021
Crunchbase News
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January 8, 2021
Crunchbase News
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Berber Jin
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Business Insider
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Megan Rose Dickey
June 18, 2020
Email is one of those things that no one likes but that we're all forced to use. Superhuman, founded by Rahul Vohra, aims to help everyone get to inbox zero. Superhuman, which got its start in 2017, charges $30 per month and is still in invite-only mode with more than 275,000 people on the waitlist. [...]
Lucas Matney
February 28, 2020
"No matter what Gmail -- or any other company for that matter -- does, it doesn't really change our focus on our customers."
Lucas Matney
February 5, 2020
Superhuman founder Rahul Vohra and Eventjoy founder Todd Goldberg confirmed Wednesday that they had closed their first fund, which they are very accurately titling, "The Todd & Rahul Angel Fund." TechCrunch reported back in October that Vohra and Goldberg were shopping a pitch deck around to potential LPs. The $7 million fund is the pair's [...]
Kate Clark
October 21, 2019
The founder of one of 2019's most buzzworthy startups is putting on his VC hat.
Kevin Roose
June 27, 2019
One of Silicon Valley's buzziest start-ups, Superhuman, is betting its app's shiny features are worth a premium price.


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