Imraan earned an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he was an In SITE Fellow and a member of Foundation Capital’s Young Entrepreneurs Program.
In order to bring the speed dating concept online, Dan gained expertise in growth hacking, subscription payments, web analytics, and mobile product development.
Prior to launching Speed Date, Dan worked for IBM’s Business Consulting Services.
Before joining Radius in 2013, Imraan’s career spanned a diverse range of entrepreneurial, investing and investment banking roles.
He co-founded the home health division of Atlantis Health System, now a multi-provider, fully integrated, risk-bearing healthcare organization.
He received his BA in economics and philosophy from Columbia University, where he cofounded the Columbia Entrepreneurship Club and grew an advertising business through the university’s incubator.
Dan loves to travel, and has worked in international development as a volunteer in various countries, including Ghana, Thailand, and Ukraine.
He also spent time in Lazard’s Technology Mergers and Acquisitions Group and at the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation where he sourced investments in agriculture and information technology in the Philippines.
Dan holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Imraan focuses on partnering with innovative, health IT and medical technology companies catalyzing transformation within our healthcare system by driving down costs, improving care delivery and outcomes, increasing transparency and access, and serving unmet medical needs.