There is a lot you can accomplish in life if you join hands with some of your like-minded peers. Before 2007, Nathaniel Ru was just but an ordinary person, a graduate of Georgetown University- the McDonough School of Business.
What began as an idea has now made Nathaniel Ru, Nicolas Jammet, and Jonathan Neman not only wealthy but also emotionally fulfilled. In 2007, Nathaniel and company envisioned a type of fast casual seasonal kitchen business that would not only prepare and sell delicious and healthy meals in a sustainable way but also do so in a highly entertaining environment.
When 2010 came, Nathaniel Ru together with his two counterparts created what is now known as Sweetlife. Sweetlife has come as a blessing to many since it not only offers people with a rich diversity of healthy foods but also sells them at an affordable price. Above all, Sweetlife has thrived and become a modern day fascination since it relies on green infrastructure to prepare all kinds of meals, leaving no carbon footprint behind.
Since its inception, the company has been able to realize a lot of success. Starting out in only a single location in Georgetown, Sweetlife has since expanded to six more states, opening a total of twenty-seven branches countrywide.
Initially, the company began with a limited number of employees but has since been able to accommodate more than 1700 workers. As the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Sweetlife, Nathaniel Ru has been nothing short of productive. Read more: Nathaniel Ru | Crunchbase and Nathaniel Ru | Dynamic Dialogues
Sweetlife’s fast food model has taken the world by surprise. It is a model which many old food joints would want to emulate; just that time does not allow for that to happen. With its full range of mouth watering salads, Sweetlife offers consumers with a once in a lifetime choice of exciting their taste buds. Also, Sweetlife as a company thrives on an integrated approach appreciated by huge names in the business like Daniel Boulud, Steve Case, and Danny Meyer.
With their seasonal recipes that change five times a year, Sweetlife has been able to attract a lot of customers that are always in search of local, healthy, fresh, and organic. As a creation of three tech pioneers, Sweetlife now operates digitally, and all transactions take place through the company’s website or mobile app. In less than ten years, Sweetlife has proven to be a dependable corporation. With such great potential, I believe that there is more to come in as far as Nathaniel Ru’s Sweetlife is concerned.