Nitin Khanna The Down To Earth CEO

Nitin Khanna is one of the youngest and brightest entrepreneurs and businessmen in the technology industry. Nitin Khanna is currently the founder and chief executive officer of a company called Mergertech. The business focus of Mergertech is to provide consulting to struggling technology companies. Nitin Khanna attended Purdue University and he graduated with a bachelors and a masters degree in industrial engineering. After graduating from Purdue University, he got his first job at Oracle. He worked at Oracle for 3 years and he was simultaneously working on his first business called Saber with his brother Karan Khanna. Nitin Khanna and his brother achieved vast success with their company Saber. The company grew to 1500 employees and was sold to a company called EDS for 300 million in 2008.

Nitin Khanna is not just about all work and no play or relaxation. He does have a lightside and on his free time he enjoys electronic DJing. This has become a trend with multiple different chief executive officers. They have found that spinning vinyl and feeling the music running through their headphones relaxing. Nitin Khanna needs the relaxation because he is also a serial entrepreneur. He is a filmmaker, wine label owner, and he does not just DJ for fun but he is a professional. Another well known and very successful entrepreneur who is also a professional DJ is the chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs David Solomon. David Solomon goes by the stage name of DJ Sol.

Nitin has performed in many different cities here in the United States. He also goes by the stage name of DJ Kitten. Nitin Khanna has a playlist on soundcloud that he regularly releases any shows that he has performed. He also makes his shows accessible to the people who he employees. This shows them that he is not just about business but he has other normal interest as well. He is also setting the example that everyone needs to unwind and unplug from the corporate world. So maybe his employees will see this and take the time that they need for themselves as well.

Read more about Nitin Khanna here https://medium.com/@NitinKhannaCeo/nitin-khanna-discusses-what-to-expect-next-for-the-cannabis-industry-76e38438b75c

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