The Life of Nitin Khanna
Nitin Khanna immigrated to America when he was 17 years old. Born in India, he obtained his entrepreneurial spirit from his family. His father was in the army, and the rest of his family pursued many different business ventures including a motorcycle parts factory and a cement plant. After attending one of the best educational institutions in Asia, The Lawrence School, he soon found himself as a leading candidate for Purdue University.
Nitin Khanna obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Purdue in Industrial Engineering. His vast education laid the groundwork for a robust career that he would pursue in the world of business. He knew he still had much to learn and even more to offer.
Nitin Khanna founded Saber Corporation in 1998. Saber Corporation became the largest provider of state government solutions in the United States. Saber Corporation had yearly revenue of $120 million before he sold the company to EDS for $460 million. Nitin assisted EDS and was able to grow the company to a yearly revenue of $300 million.
Nitin’s experience at Saber Corp. gave him the experience he needed to help him start his next company, MergerTech. MergerTech was founded in 2009 and is a boutique technology bank that provides M&A advice.
Nitin has also pursued new markets in the medical and recreational cannabis industry. Nitin Khanna founded Cura Cannabis in 2015 and it has already become one of the largest cannabis oil providers in Oregon.
Aside from his own business ventures, Nitin also sits on the boards of Freewire Broadband, Vendscreen, the Classic Wines Auction and TiE Oregon. Nitin also advises many companies in cloud, social and mobiles spaces.
Nitin believes in the power of social media and is one thing that really excites him as an entrepreneur. Every entrepreneur should live by his words of wisdom. Nitin says to not be anxious, be steady and patient and to work had and be fair in all your dealings.
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