Join us to hear the incredible story of how Ibrahim Mesbah and Andreas Ronneseth met at ASU during their undergraduate and graduate studies in computer science, worked at Paypal together, and then united to create RevolutionParts Inc, an eCommerce platform streamlining the process of selling auto parts online.
This event was rescheduled from March and will take place virtually on September 16th from 6-7:15 pm.
Since founding RevolutionParts Inc in 2014, Mesbah and Ronneseth have achieved 25% year over year growth and an 11 million dollar a year run rate. They have created strategic partnerships with companies like Doordash and are incredibly skilled at falling in love with problems. How did two software engineers translate hands-on keyboard into success?
RevolutionParts Inc was founded with a simple goal: using their decades of experience to revolutionize the automotive parts industry, providing a better way for customers to sell parts online. The automotive industry is primed for a revolution and the team at RevolutionParts Inc is leading that call.
CEO and Co-Founder
Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer
Ibrahim Mesbah is the CEO and co-founder of RevolutionParts, Inc. After earning his BS and MCS at Arizona State University, Mesbah worked at PayPal as a Senior Manager in software development and won PayPal’s 2009 Technology Leadership Award. As CEO of RevolutionParts, Mesbah has led the start-up in winning the 2015 DrivingSales Innovation Cup Finalist award and the 2015 Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC). In 2019, RevolutionParts reached the milestone of 1 Billion dollars in GMV and did it in a single category, and at a faster pace than Shopify!
Andreas Ronneseth is the CSO and co-founder of Phoenix-based RevolutionParts, Inc and a winner of the 2015 “35 under 35”: Innovators of Arizona contest. After graduating from Arizona State University with a BSE in Computer Systems Engineering and an MCS in Computer Science, Ronneseth went on to work at PayPal before co-founding RevolutionParts. As CSO of RevolutionParts, Ronneseth has led the team in developing new features, back end tools, multiple platform integrations, and a RevolutionParts eBay Motors solution. The RevolutionParts platform processes over $360million in yearly parts sales through its platform.
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