Ghost Lab: How a self-taught design entrepreneur is using his passion for startups to deliver success
Nafis Azad taught himself design as a pre-teen, started freelancing at age 12, and at 20 dropped out of Ohio State University to focus on his design and software development business, building the guts of others’ startup ideas.
Ghost Lab grew to 12 employees in its first year. It has designed products and built apps and websites for entrepreneurs at the idea stage and big corporations needing internal software. Azad has taken no outside investment, and the business has made enough money that he’s investing in some of startups he’s helping build.
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Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Carrie Ghose.
Originally published January 17, 2019.
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