Nitin Khanna currently works as the CEO of Mergertech, a company that he founded. The company provides entrepreneurs with advice on Mergers and Acquisitions. Nitin Khanna got the idea from the company after realizing that most entrepreneurs wanted to advise on these areas. He was approached by many entrepreneurs to help them during various Mergers, and even Acquisitions and Nitin Khanna decided to open Mergertech. Before becoming CEO at Mergertech, Nitin has worked for multiple industries, including the cannabis industry. He has forged a distinguished career path for himself through years of dedication and hard work.
Nitin Khanna is natively from Himachal Pradesh, a province north of India. He grew up among entrepreneurs and saw a lot of business deals during his childhood. His family had several business enterprises, including a motorcycle parts company. Nitin spent a considerable amount of his childhood at these factories observing what was going on around him. Years later, Nitin Khanna would implement the little that he learned from the companies into his own business. Nitin schooled at a prestigious school in India. The school became the first ever to send students to hike MT. Everest. The school taught a lot to its students and reminded them to never give in through the school motto. Nitin Khanna loved this motto and derived inspiration from it when he was pursuing his aspirations.
Nitin Khanna has a masters and a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University. The university is located in Indiana and Nitin had to move there at the age of 17. After acquiring his master’s degree, Nitin Khanna decided it was time to dive into the world of business. Nitin worked for, International Paper, Oracle and even a cardboard box industry. He, however, felt he was destined for greater things and left the employment realm to open Saber Software. Nitin Khanna believed that technology businesses were the next big thing and decided to make Saber Software an election software manufacturing company. He co-founded the company with Karan Khanna, his brother. Karan was in the US to pursue an MBA, but Nitin told him it was better to open a business. Saber Software became a prestigious company under the leadership of the two.
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