Coming from a disciplined background, Nitin Khanna was dutiful on his way to becoming the CEO of MergerTech. Earlier in his life, he attended The Lawrence College in India, before going on to obtain his Master’s in Engineering. With his industrious nature, he established his first company MergerTech in 2009. The company provides consultancy on mergers & acquisition, with the unique selling point of Nitin Khanna providing his personal expertise.
Nitin Khanna and his brother had previously established Saber, a service company working with the government. Some of the services ranged from vehicle to unemployment registration. The company became the largest state service firm in America, employing over a thousand people on the way.
Saber was eventually acquired for a whopping $420 million in 2007, afterwards the brothers decided to set on their current venture, MergerTech. MergerTech is currently a California based investment bank consulting firms willing to sell the company under a $100 million. His salesmanship and eye for opportunity found a market ripe with opportunity, and he looks to make the most of it. MergerTech consults mature startups looking to sell, companies looking for investment and those hunting for a live boat to save equity. See more here.
Nitin Khanna has a sense of purpose and direction mixed with passion. He has produced critically acclaimed movies like “What Lies Upstream”, developed reputable wine brands like Oregon Pinot Noir and Four Handle. Along with that, he’s a passionate musician playing at concerts and festivals.
He recently backed a software company, ISos. It was founded by Anil Rana, and Gourav Arora. ISos can be used in the educational system, health and for data mining purposes by the government and external companies in the US or beyond. There is increased productivity when all the needed data is all in one place, and Nitin Khanna is making that a possibility.
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