Nitin Khanna was born in India and can trace his earliest hints of entrepreneurship to his family ties. Many of his relatives owned several businesses and he learned a lot about what it takes to run a business from this early age. When he was only 17 he migrated from India to the United States where his love for technology and innovation only grew more. He later went on to complete his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Industrial Engineering at Purdue University.
Nitin, while working on his Doctorate, decided that he needed to leave his studies in order to pursue the workforce. Early on in his career he began working for Oracle, a major computer and technology industry. It wasn’t too long after working here that Nitin decided to open up his own company in conjunction with his brother when he was only 25 and called it Saber Corporation. While working there the company grew to $120 million in revenue and he later sold off the company for an outstanding sum of $460 million.
Later in 2015, Nitin became involved with the cannabis industry. This was a smart financial plan since this became a multi-billion dollar industry after the legalization of cannabis in some states. He later became the CEO of Cura Cannabis, which became one of the leading names in production of CBD oils in Portland. It is easy to see how things are in Nitin’s favor and it seems that he was in the right spot at the right time. However, this isn’t to say that he didn’t know what he was doing and that all of his success was from luck. It is evident that Nitin drew upon his early entrepreneurial skills that he learned from his family and the knowledge that he acquired from Oracle. It is because of this knowledge that he was able to start his own company and have a huge success.
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