The CEO of MergerTech Nitin Khanna uses his business shrewdness to help companies to capitalise on the outcome by finding an economic strategy that enables them to stay ahead of the competition. The experience Nitin acquired while working at Saber Corp helped him start his company that provides M&A advice to his clients. Nitin Khanna is a man of many passions, his love for wines lead him to create his world-class wines such as Oregon Pinot Noir and Four Handle. He also produced the movies “What Lies Upstream” and “Terms and Conditions May Apply” as he is a movie lover. See Nitin’s success story here https://yourstory.com/mystory/48e163e5d2-nitin-khanna-an-nri-who-made-it-big-in-portland-oregon
The idea of creating a business and the dynamics of attaining the economic outcome
Nitin Khanna says that the idea of starting his company came to him when he thought about the revenue that streams from selling a company at a high price just like Saber Corp. as a CEO his typical day involves meeting people and being informed of the daily aspects of his business. He believes in naturing ideas that lead to longterm stability for the industry, and this starts with being planning his day well. He notes that social media is a tool that companies would use to their business outcomes.
Creating value by meeting the needs of consumers
Nitin Khanna believes that there is nothing like work-life balance as success is not attained only at working hours but the integration of all your time. Planning things ahead of time as an entrepreneur helps you to be more productivity. When you can create buzz through word of mouth your business will grow, that involves generating ideas that people will talk about. The main thing is meeting the needs of your clients by listening to them. Nitin says that the book ‘The Theory of Investment Value’ has helped him grow as a businessman. He says that you do not have to count your drawbacks as failures as a businessman, but you should treat them as lessons.
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