Amber Jain

  Amber Jain

    Growth Engineering, Inbound Marketing, Backend/DevOps Engineer
    Bangalore, India
    Founder/CEO of HashGrowth (YC SUS17); Worked at Taskbob, Tinyowl, Google Summer of Code 2012
    Python/Django/Flask PostgreSQL RabbitMQ/Celery HTML/CSS/Bootstrap AWS/Azure/Linux HAProxy Nginx/Apache UWSGI/Gunicorn/Passenger Selenium/Appium Sentry ELK Matlab/Octave


I'm Amber Jain, based in Bengaluru (India). I'm Founder/CEO of HashGrowth (Y Combinator SUS17). HashGrowth is a bootstrapped MarTech startup where we are building a B2B/SaaS product for App Store Optimization.

I have a Master's degree in Computer Applications. I worked for OpenCog Foundation in Google Summer of Code 2012. I was one of the first 3 hires at food delivery startup Tinyowl (acquired by Runnr). Then I worked as a Growth/DevOps Engineer at home services startup Taskbob. Since mid-2016, I had been building HashGrowth. I had freelanced for companies like,,, Grappr etc. I maintain a bunch of projects like (one of Alexa top 100000 websites), ViralCents (incentivized social sharing) etc.

I am a programmer by education, but a growth engineer by profession. I specialize in leveraging technology/automation with unconventional traction channels to drive growth for early stage startups. I have worked in different capacities as a Growth Hacker, Backend Engineer and Devops Engineer at different startups. I write about Growth, Engineering and Security on my blog.

Intrigued about the work that I have done? Let's discuss how to put your startup on accelarated growth curve. Feel free to contact me over phone/email.

In conversation with keynote speaker Michael Foord at PyCon India 2014
PyCon India

In conversation with PyCon India 2014 keynote speaker Michael Foord in Bangalore.

Teaching Origami to school kids in Upper TCV School at Dharamshala
Upper TCV School

Teaching Origami to kids in Upper TCV School at Dharamshala (for Hillhacks 2016 school program).

My talk 'Design for Non-designers' at Barcamp Mumbai in 2014
BarCamp Mumbai

My talk "Design for Non-designers" (about low-fidelity interactive prototyping) at BarCamp Mumbai in 2014.