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Nimish Gupta

Head of EngineeringOne Hundred Feet Inc

San Francisco, CA

Member Since September 2023

Skills

Logistics
Entrepreneurship
Mentoring

About

Nimish, a recognized authority in logistics and transportation, has significantly shaped the industry through his technological innovations and thought leadership. As the architect behind Uber's routing systems and the former VP of Engineering at TruckX, he has demonstrated a track record of driving pivotal transformations. Presently, Nimish heads engineering at One Hundred Feet, specializing in last-mile logistics solutions. Beyond his operational roles, he's a published author with a recent book available on Amazon, delving deep into logistics. Complementing his hands-on experience, Nimish extends his expertise as a mentor to burgeoning startups through Techstars and the Bay Area startup ecosystem.

Published content

The future of sustainable logistics: Innovating for efficiency and environmental impact

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A look at the emerging trends and technologies that are shaping the future of sustainable logistics, underscoring the balance between operational efficiency and environmental responsibility.

Quantum routes: How quantum computing is set to revolutionize navigation and optimization in logistics

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The road (or route!) ahead is quantum, and it promises to be an exciting journey.

Career fair strategies that will pique a job seeker's interest

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Having a hard time finding potential new hires? Here are 18 methods for you to try at your next event. In a picky job market, the right career fair at the right time can be a win-win situation for the potential employer and the job seeker alike. It can cost a company a lot of money, however, if they are not focused on the right candidates who can fill their company's needs—right now.  But hiring managers should not solely rely on resume history—or if a candidate meets all 10 "job requirements"—as it's also crucial for the recruiter to find the right cultural fit and a team player who can help a department and company thrive in the long term. If you are scheduled to attend a career fair or networking event in the coming weeks or months, below, Fast Company Executive Board members each share one tip for leaders who want to attract the right new hires to work with.

How well do you handle professional and personal rejections?

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20 tips to overcome life's challenges and move ahead. No matter what type of career path you choose to follow in life, it's essential to develop tough skin and a positive, healthy mindset about your talents, goals, and purpose. Whether it's a new job opportunity, a promotion, or a business deal you're looking to close, it's normal to face plenty of rejections and hearing a lot of "nos" before you get to the yeses.  Talking through your frustrations with a trusted mentor or reading about inspirational success stories and how others have been able to overcome difficult setbacks in business and life, will remind you that failure can also be a pathway to success. Here, 20 Fast Company Executive Board members each offer one tip for aspiring career professionals who need a little motivation to keep going despite rejections.

Leveraging IoT in logistics: The startup blueprint for tomorrow’s supply chain

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For startups nestled in the nexus of logistics and technology, this spells an era of monumental opportunity.

Company details

One Hundred Feet Inc

Company bio

One Hundred Feet Inc. specializes in geolocation and addressing complexities. The company has made notable strides in refining and enhancing last-mile delivery logistics. By leveraging sophisticated algorithms and technology, One Hundred Feet Inc. seeks to optimize the accuracy and efficiency of deliveries, thereby benefiting businesses and consumers alike. Their innovations continue to push the envelope in the ever-evolving realm of logistics and geospatial solutions.

Industry

Technology

Company size

51 - 200