30 Under 30 2011: Where Are They Now?

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Ooshma Garg, Anapata, 2010

Garg has already moved on from her first start-up. She landed on our list last year for her innovative company Anapata, an employer-student match service, but she recently sold it for an undisclosed amount. She has now launched another Palo Alto-based company called Gobble, which matches hungry people with local chefs cooking homemade meals (think fast food meets Fresh Direct). She recently secured $1.2 million in seed funding for the new venture from investors, including Greylock Discovery Fund, Keith Rabois, and SV Angel. Read more.