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Rahul Subramany

Co-Founder and CTOMonaire

Boston, MA

Member Since January 2024


Product Management
Artificial Intelligence


I am deeply committed to addressing climate change and its effects on our world and all who live in it. At Monaire, I'm channeling this passion into action. Here, I leverage my background in building tech enabled services to help our amazing team deliver breakthroughs in sustainable heating and cooling technologies. Our goal is ambitious yet critical: to significantly lower carbon emissions and pave the way for a greener, more sustainable future. I believe in the power of technology to bring positive change, and I'm excited to be at the forefront of this transformation.

Published content

13 ways small businesses can work smarter to build brand loyalty

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Smaller brands have more leverage than they realize. It's time to tap into it. It may seem like an uphill battle when you are just starting out in business, underfunded and/or understaffed. But the good news is that, as a small business, your company doesn't have to feel pressured to keep up with the big guys in the market. Instead, reflect on the benefits of your company's flexibility to cultivate a more meaningful niche that will meet the needs of consumers who are being overlooked in the industry you intend to serve. Here, experts from Fast Company Executive Board weigh in on the various ways that smaller businesses can still compete against big ones without having a mega-corporate budget.

When innovation results in products that are hard to use: A critical lesson for business leaders


In the ever-evolving landscape of technology and innovation, the pathway from a novel idea to a user-friendly product is seldom linear.

18 ways for introverts to communicate more effectively on the job

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Here are key strategies to grow in confidence and strengthen business relationships.  Contrary to popular belief, a successful, savvy business person is not necessarily always the biggest extrovert in the room. Improving your active listening skills and post-meeting communication strategies also play a part in capturing the attention of peers or direct reports regularly. This is key to building stronger team relationships.  By leaning into what makes them a little different from their outspoken counterparts, introverts are likely to have a positive impact in their place of business. If you're an introvert in the workplace and unsure about how to leverage your "superpower" as a reserved business professional who wants to get ahead, below, 18 experts from Fast Company Executive Board offer their tips on how to build your comfort level in engaging with others and being an effective communicator.

Company details


Company bio

Monaire uses state-of-the-art diagnostics to pinpoint heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration issues immediately. Then our team of vetted and approved technicians arrives to perform maintenance and repairs the same day, saving you money, time, and hassle.



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11 - 50