Gabor Cselle
Jul 30, 2018 · Unlisted

I’m a Partner at Area 120, Google’s internal startup incubator.

Previously, I was the Co-Founder / CEO of Namo Media which was acquired by Twitter in June 2014. Namo was an adtech startup focused on native mobile ad formats.

I was also the Founder / CEO of reMail, a mobile email startup which was acquired by Google in February 2010. reMail was an iPhone app that would download all your mail to your iPhone and search it super quickly.

I was also a Group Product Manager at Twitter where I worked on trends, the logged-out homepage, and MoPub. As a Product Manager at Google, I worked on Gmail, the Android OS, and Google Now. As Xobni, an email productivity startup, I served as the VP Engineering. Bill Gates called Xobni the “next generation of social networking”.

I have a Master’s degree in Computer Science from ETH Zurich.

How do You Pronounce your Name?

My name is Hungarian. and originally written “Gábor Cselle”.

Gabor == Gaah-bor, Cselle == Chell-ah. (Pronounced like “challenge”, but without the “nge”.)

Where are You From?

I was born in Budapest, Hungary, but grew up mostly in Germany. I spent a year in high school in the US, and did undergrad and grad school at ETH Zurich in Switzerland. I’ve lived in San Francisco since 2007.

Gabor Cselle

Practical advice for entrepreneurs. All views and opinions expressed here are mine and not those of my employer.

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I'm a Partner at Area 120, Google's internal startup incubator. Previously, I co-founded Namo Media (acquired by Twitter) and reMail (acquired by Google).

Gabor Cselle

Practical advice for entrepreneurs. All views and opinions expressed here are mine and not those of my employer.

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