Published on February 13th, 2018 | by Brandon H0
Blake Rubin is a successful B2B mobile developer, a business he developed while studying various technologies in college. Blake uses these skills to grow businesses and help them streamline their web presence in an internet that is becoming more and more mobile-based. Blake Rubin currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, an area where the tech industry is booming.
What are your favorite books?
I am a voracious reader, so I enjoy books encompassing a wide variety of genres and subjects. Of the books I’ve read most recently, I deeply enjoyed ”Industries of the Future” by Alec Ross; it inspires me to explore new concepts.
What’s your favorite type of food?
There are a lot of cafes and wineries where I live, and this region is known is restaurants which serve fantastic cheese, honey and all sorts of fruit, so basically anything that is available locally or in-state is quite appealing to me.
What are your aspirations in life?
My philosophy is that taking small steps with purpose and consistency leads to reaching big goals. There’s an opportunity in B2B mobile development that too few people have recognized or properly taken advantage of, so I feel like it’s my responsibility to raise a greater level of awareness regarding the chance for businesses to grow exponentially with by taking advantage of mobile web-based traffic.
What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?
In terms of professional accomplishments, I am most proud of the fact that my team and I have taught businesses how to become more profitable through the power of web development tools. I can’t even begin to express the pride I feel knowing that we are responsible for helping so much business growth.
What was your first job?
My first job was in IT, and I actually first became interested in mobile development after seeing how successful some of the first social media apps became. The simplicity made me realize that so many people could be reached. Once my interest was piqued, I began performing research on which designs worked best for repeat traffic and I even did some website troubleshooting and dabbled in marketing to understand more about how it works.