Spacenab: The Professional Social Network

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Spacenab: The Professional Social Network

Sharing professional knowledge and information to the world has become easier with the social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn. But the users are limited only to their social circle of the social network. This motivated Delhi based Ranjeet Singh to start an independent and open content sharing platform, Spacenab.

Spacenab was founded by Ranjeet in the mid of January, 2014 and is rapidly growing its user base within a very short period. Ranjeet is an Ex-TCS (TATA Consultancy Services) employee and a professional web programmer. He has been working on the project as full time from last one year. The startup has been completely bootstrapped by the founder and looking for seed funding from angel investors.

Ranjeet Singh (co-founder, Spacenab)

Ranjeet Singh (co-founder, Spacenab)

Spacenab is a social platform for students, professionals and anyone who wants to share their knowledge, infographics to the world with ease. Many companies have already driven leads and sales through the platform and have scaled their profit.

Spacenab has a very good user interface providing complete control over what you share and discuss over the platform. All the shared contents can be re-shared on other social networks with just a click. The’ Exam Alert’ section of the website is quite helpful to the students to get information about upcoming exams and admission notices from all over the country.

Within just 4 months after its lunching, Spacenab has attracted a good user base to its platform. It has more than 500 members engaged with the platform sharing their experience to the world.  .

Among other features of the social platform, real time chats with your friends and discussion board gives more convenient ways to discover, share and discuss new ideas and thoughts with the world.

 

Engineering student by education and Entrepreneur by choice. Asish is a TCS Best Student Awardee, NDTV featured student entrepreneur and International School of Entrepreneurship Education awardee. He also worked with many startups and big companies for their business development and strategical growth. Asish has been heading The Startup Journal since its inception in 2014.