About Me

Gurbaksh Chahal

Gurbaksh Chahal was born in Punjab, India, but moved to the US with his family at a young age. His relentless pursuit of creating a new business led him to the world of digital advertising. Gurbaksh started his career at the early age of 16 and soon became a successful four-time entrepreneur with ClickAgents, BlueLithium, RadiumOne, and VendorCloud.

The companies Gurbaksh founded from scratch, have grown to employ thousands of people worldwide. Given his triumphant entrepreneurial success, he was invited to the Oprah Winfrey Show, an honor only a few Indian-Americans have ever received.

Apart from being a successful entrepreneur, he is passionate about starting and growing companies that focus on cutting edge technologies.

Gurbaksh Chahal firmly believes that preserving the status quo is not a winning strategy. He also believes that to achieve success, you must go through an incredible journey of ups & downs.

And with the motto of ‘giving back to the society,’ he has also dedicated a fully registered 501(c) 3 non-profit called “The Chahal Foundation.” This global foundation spreads awareness around social causes, providing university scholarships and mentorships, while also supporting disaster relief efforts, building awareness to help eradicate child sex trafficking, and improving schools in third world countries.

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About “The Dream”

Gurbaksh Chahal’s – “The Dream: How I Learned the Risks & Rewards of Entrepreneurship and Made Millions” is a must-read.

This book recounts the early days of the internet boom, and Chahal tells his unique and inspiring story and reveals the risks & rewards behind the immense possibilities of internet entrepreneurship.
In “The Dream,” he gives refreshing advice to entrepreneurs and encourages them to embrace risk and to carve out new niches in the marketplace. He also emphasizes the value of good business timing. He talks about how to execute an idea and get it to the market, how to create & maintain solid business relationships, how to stay grounded, and, most importantly, how to teach yourself that a failure is never an option.