Nitin Khanna possesses business acumen, which is the envy of many. He continues to inspire others around the globe in a way that no other person has done in recent times. He has beaten all odds to become a respectable person both at home and in the world. The firm he founded assists companies in capitalizing.
Nitin Khanna pursued further education at the Purdue University where he graduated with a masters degree in industrial engineering. After University he was employed for a while but then decided it was not enough and launched his career in business with a debut tech company which he named Saber Corp. This was driven by the desire and the fire in Nitin Khanna to become the largest stand-alone firm of its kind.
From a job seeker, he had become the job itself. Saber Corp had an employee headcount of 1200 people with revenue counted in the millions of dollars. Nitin Khanna had a big dream bigger probably than even Saber Corp itself because 11 years later he moved on and founded his next company MergerTech. This is a small bank based out of Portland which provides M&A bits of advice.
Interestingly Nitin Khanna comes out as a lover of wines and movies quite unexpectedly. Why Nitin Khanna has expressed his passion for the arts by producing two great movies which have even been feted on many occasions with various awards. Additionally, he has made his own world-class wines which are in the market already and doing well.
Nitin Khanna was born in India and came to the United States for higher education as a young man. His brother, who joined him soon after from India was with him when they decided to start Saber Corp. Nitin Khanna loves music and is a professional DJ. This happened at Burning Man, where he had been invited to go with some friends. At that time Nitin Khanna had never seen or heard a DJ play, but when he went to Burning Man and saw one in action, he was so impressed that he decided to become one and he did.
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Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer is referred to as Duda Melzer and owns the business conglomerate RBS. RBS is one of brazil’s biggest multimedia communications companies. He is additionally the Chairman for e.Bricks Digital and one of the shareholders of e.Bricks Ventures.
Duda Melzer graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul in 1998 with a Business Administration degree. He received his MBA from Harvard University in 2002. His Brazilian career began in franchising and financing. He worked for the Delphi Corporation as a senior analyst and for Box Top Media in New York. He attended the Building and Leading Customer Centric and Effective Strategies for Media Companies at Harvard Business School in 2008. In 2009 he was a member of the Executive Council of the Standard Norms and the National Council regarding Self-Regulation.
In 2004 Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer joined the RBS Group as the domestic market’s CEO. In 2008 he was promoted to market and business development as President. In 2010 he became the Vice President of the RBO Group. Mauricio Sirotsky Sobrinho is the founder of the company and Duda Melzer is his grandson. In 2012 Duda Melzer was given the prestigious position of Executive Chairman for the RBS Group. He was the successor to his uncle Nelson Pacheco Sirotsky. On July 3rd of 2012 Duda Melzer became the CEO for the RBS Group and there was a ceremony held in Porto Alegre. In May of 2012 his office was formally announced as part of a well-planned process for succession. He started acting as the Chairman for the RBS Group’s board of directors in 2016.
Duda Melzer was honored with the Caboré Award in the category of Professional Vehicle in 2006. The Brazilian Advertising Association awarded him the Professional Highlight in 2009 in the category of Executive Vehicle. He received the Coletiva.Net Award in 2011 and the Merit in Administration Award in 2015.
Follow him on Twitter and visit his website eduardosirotskymelzer.com
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