Nitin Khanna, an Indian born entrepreneur and investor operating out of the United States, is the CEO of Mergertech, a firm that works with and helps other entrepreneurs and people in business fields to sell and expand. He started his first software company, Saber, in 1999 with his brother, and used it for mainly government/citizen interaction. Saber garnered considerable success, growing to about 1,500 employees and gathering $300 million in revenue, which led to a buildup of credibility for Khanna. After selling Saber, Nitin Khanna began to work on Mergertech, which he founded in 2009. He used his experience and success with Saber to focus more on helping others in his field achieve similar goals to his. Khanna’s technique is to locate international buyers that are interested in smaller U.S. based startups, and then have them buy the latter for a larger sum of money than a large U.S. buyer would.
Mergertech grew significantly over the years, and Khanna has said that his success can be attributed to him surrounding himself with talented and eager people that he makes sure to communicate effectively with. He’s also very focused on setting schedules and priorities to ensure that everything moves forward quickly and efficiently. While still playing an active role in Mergertech as its CEO, Khanna began to invest in the cannabis industry upon its legalization in 2015, and was the CEO of Cura Cannabis until 2017. Khanna is still also quite active regarding new companies; he’s recently invests $5 million and Indian start-up, Isis Inc. Even throughout his successes and accumulation of wealth, Khanna insists that his motivation is to provide support and mentorship for those that were once starting out like him – this, he says, fosters a lively and ever growing atmosphere that is crucial to the field of entrepreneurship.
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