Nitin Khanna is an accomplished executive professional who serves as CEO of MergerTech, a firm that helps companies find ideal strategic or financial acquirers. He holds a master’s degree in Industrial engineering from Purdue University. He co-founded Saber Corp. in 1998 and helped it to grow to have 1200 employees and $120MM in revenues.
Khanna founded MergerTech, a boutique technology bank which provides M& advises, after gaining considerable experience leading eight M&A transactions. Nitin Khanna also sits in the boards of Vendscreen, Freewire Broadband, TiE Oregon, the Classic Wines Auction and offers advisory services to many companies in social, cloud and mobile spaces.
Nitin Khanna started Cura Cannabis in 2015 and helped it to grow to become the largest cannabis oil provider in Oregon. Mr. Khanna made his own word class wines called Oregon Pinot Noir and Four Handle. The entrepreneur also led the production of “What Lies Upstream” and “Terms and Conditions May Apply” movies. See more about Cura Cannabis https://medium.com/@NitinKhannaCeo/nitin-khanna-riding-the-cannabis-wave-with-cura-cannabis-solutions-9fcf612ee529
Source of the idea for Merger Tech
He was inspired to start the company by selling his former company four times its revenue.
A typical day for Nitin Khanna
He spends his day meeting his team and ensure he stays abreast of all important aspects of his organization. He meets up clients and does all the essential routine work for his ongoing projects. He wraps up the day by spending time with family.
Bringing ideas to life
He believes in nurturing a business idea to ensure its long-term growth as well as stability. Merger Tech comes in here to help in on the execution side of ideas. They work with their clients every step of the way.
One exciting trend
Nitin Khanna is concerned the rise of social media to become a space that can make or break an individual or a business.
Habit that makes Khanna more productive
The entrepreneur likes taking an investigative approach to doing things. He know how to utilize his professional strengths well.
Advice for younger self
He would tell his younger self to take a back sit and not to be anxious. He believes in being steady, patient, hardworking and fair in all dealings.
One thing that’s unique to the entrepreneur
He does not believe in work and life balance. That means it is impossible to achieve work-life balance while doing what you love as an entrepreneur.
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