Nitin Khanna Discusses Strategy, Goals And Business Success

The entrepreneur, philanthropist, and investor, Nitin Khanna has had a lot of success in his career. This success has largely been contributed to by his excellent business skills combined with a wealth of experience. Today Nitin Khanna is Chief Executive Officer of the tech and entrepreneur focused mergers and acquisitions advisory firm, Merger Tech. Recently, this Merger Tech CEO was invited for an interview by interview.net. In this interview, this entrepreneur, philanthropist, and investor discussed strategy, goals and business success. He focused on these subjects to help entrepreneurs and business leaders who were looking for useful tips to propel them towards success.

Putting up strategies and goals to achieve business success

Nitin Khanna pointed out during this interview that strategies and goals go hand in hand to help an entrepreneur or a business leader reach their success. He mentioned that it was important for an entrepreneur or business leader to set up both short-term and long-term goals. According to Nitin Khanna, short-term goals should lead to the achieving of the long-term goals and therefore success.

Without a good strategy in place, it will be pretty hard for an entrepreneur or business leader to achieve their goals or find success. Nitin Khanna mentioned that from his experience as an entrepreneur and business leader, a good strategy for success involves maximizing your productivity. This means that being able to do more within a given time. Nitin Khanna went ahead to state that the two strategies that he had put in place to achieve his goals by increasing his productivity were good time management and excellent prioritization of tasks.

About Nitin Khanna

Nitin Khanna is an Indian-born American businessman and the Founder and CEO of Merger Tech. Throughout his career, this businessman has had an exemplary track record. Before Merger Tech, Nitin Khanna’s company was Saber software. He founded this software company in 1999 alongside his brother whom at the time had just moved to the United States. Nitin Khanna is a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s in Industrial Engineering from Purdue. He started his current company, Merger Tech in 2009 after selling his first company, Saber software.

Read more about Khanna here https://www.nitinkhanna.com/

Expert Ara Chackerian Sees Changing Tides in Attitude Toward Healthcare Technology Companies

Ara Chackerian is a San Francisco-based entrepreneur and philanthropist who has experience in creating both successful healthcare technology companies and a successfully eco-friendly Teak wood company which supplies wood for yachts and helps local Nicaraguan communities. He sees, alongside Nokia’s VC arm “NGP Capital” and other doctors in the healthcare technology field, a change in the prevailing winds of the sector after the multiple healthcare acquisitions from Google, Apple, and Amazon.

Admittedly, the attitude toward investing in healthcare technology companies was at first lackluster at best. It’s what VP of Manhattan’s “OrbiMed”, Imran Babar, labeled ‘initial negative cashflow’. Navimed Capital’s Dr. Bijan Salehizadeh also concurs that the market was “overheated”; “We need more entrants to buy digital health companies.” With Google buying digital health monitoring company Senosis, Apple acquiring Gliimpse (which allows users to share and view their own medical data), and Amazon acquiring PillPack (which ships peoples’ pills to them), Chackerian believes that it is clear that the tides have already changed for healthcare technology companies. Even without the investment in healthcare technology companies by Manhattan VC firms, 2017’s numbers show that capital investments overall in the Big Apple still reached a respectable $703 million across 79 companies, which is on average roughly $9 million each.

Thanks to the recent huge gains in the overall markets in 2018, there has been much more prosperity going around. For this reason and the recent acquisitions of the tech giants, Ara Chackerian believes that “it’s an exciting time for healthcare startups and the investors who back them… The ‘wind’ is picking-up in all sectors of the economy. Now is a good time to take some risks and invest.” He understood decades previously that new strides in healthcare such as robotics, digital imaging, and Artificial Intelligence, held the ability to better patients and consolidate the ‘business’ side of health.