Nitin Khanna has had a long and distinguished career. He was born in India, and has used his career as a springboard for a wide range of entrepreneurial ventures. His entrepreneurial experience includes experience in film and wine along with a background in a wide range of different industries.
Nitin Khanna has found success in being able to execute well on an idea. Execution is tied together under a lens of success, with a major emphasis on executing the plan. He first succeeded in the film industry with a documentary on big data, privacy and corporations called “Terms and Conditions May Apply.” This film examined the value of each person’s personal data, and estimated that personal data is worth approximately $500 per year to companies such as Google. Following success in this documentary, Nitin Khanna proceeded to create another documentary called “What Lies Upstream” on government and corporate activities. This documentary exposed water quality practices which led to events such as chemical spills and the Flint water crisis.
Aside from his success as a documentary filmmaker, Nitin Khanna has also been successful as a wine entrepreneur. He developed his own Pinot Noir label called Four Handle which was sold throughout the Oregon wine community. Nitin has also involved himself in the wine community at a significant level, which has been able to successfully participate in the Portland wine commmunity. This involvement in the wine community has been beneficial to Nitin because he has been able to raise money to benefit 1 million children.
As an entrepreneur, he founded his first software company after a few years out of college. This led to him founding a Mergers & Acquisitions firm called MergerTech, aimed at helping technology companies merge in a similar way to his previous experience with his software company. Following this opportunity, he joined a company called Cura Cannabis to become one of the largest Cannabis oil companies in the country.
Nitin Khanna has been involved in entrepreneurship at many different levels. He has focused his involvement in the startup community in helping as many startups as possible. His message is one that all entrepreneurs can emulate: understanding the importance of entrepreneurship.
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