Nitin Khanna: The Djing Influential CEO

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Sometimes it becomes so exciting when a top man, in this case, a world-class CEO, comes out to drop beats as a DJ at some time in the day. Nitin Khanna, who is a CEO to a multi-million-dollar international company, a movie maker and father, also works as a professional DJ. He joins other influential CEOs and entrepreneurs like David Solomon, also known as DJ SOL – the CEO of Goldman Sachs and Guy Laliberte – the founder of Cirque de Solei in the profession. As the trio DJ, they have always sent a strong message to the world that we can minimize burnouts and anxiety at workplaces.

Though Nitin Khanna was initially working as a DJ under the name DJ Kitten, he had not heard of electronic music. He first encountered the music at the age of 38 at Burning Man, whereby his passion for Djing grew. All along, he has been Djing amidst operating his multi-million-dollar companies while assisting local entrepreneurs in Portland by giving them funds. At regular times, Khanna prepares playlists and releases them to his Soundcloud for all the people interested in electronic music to listen. His employees are not exceptional; they listen to the music of their boss, which also inspires them and other people around the world big time by restraining them from switching off.

His journey as an entrepreneur began when he completed his Industrial Engineering course at the Bachelors and Masters Levels in the US. He then started a company called Saber Corp that dealt with the production of software solutions. He sold the company in 2007 to the US Government at the cost of $420 million and went back to Portland to assist the young entrepreneurs. In 2008, he began another company called MergerTech, together with his brother. Nitin Khanna became an expert in mergers and acquisitions, and he helped many people with exit and merger strategies.

Nitin Khanna proceeded with his Djing career, along with his entrepreneurial endeavors. In 2017, they formed a group with three other people to create a unique and exceptional night-life entertainment at the historic building in Portland. This gave him an excellent experience to play and enjoy music with friends.

Nitin Khanna advises workers and even the executives that they should not use their own time to work. They should find time to relax and pursue their hobbies to avoid burnouts.

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Gulf Coast Western and Matt Fleeger

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Energy is an ever-changing industry and the right man for the job is one that is not afraid to change with it. Matt Fleeger with Gulf Coast Western is just that man. The company was started in 1970 and was created as a means of combining the talent, eagerness, and abilities of a wide range of professionals.

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The company works to use already existing sites that have some technology and some infrastructure already built. They also focus on sites that have geological significance and that are already in operation. This method allows the most benefit, the most growth and the most production possible with minimal effort. By taking on partnerships with companies that already have some of the infrastructure in place, Gulf Coast Western can positively and quickly impact the industry and they can make big changes without having to create infrastructures and needed technology and machinery.

The company works mainly through shares, partnerships and transactions with other working oil and energy companies. Matthew Fleeger, and others at the company, are focused wholly on expansion and on exploration of other options, new methods, and changes that can positively affect the oil and gas industry as we know it. Gulf Coast Western is working with other companies to help them expand their current ventures and make the most of their already blossoming work.

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Mr. Fleeger obtained a degree in business administration from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University and has since worked diligently to gain the experience, knowledge, and know how that it takes to be a real impactful CEO. He has worked to help expand Gulf Coast Western into Louisiana, Texas and more and is working to help change the oil industry for the better. His hope, as is the hope of Gulf Coast Western, is to make the oil and gas industry more efficient, more productive, and more beneficial to society. The world of gas and oil is changing, and Gulf Coast Western is at the helm.

HGGC Announces The Merger Of MyWebGrocer & Mi9 Retail

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HGGC is a private equity firm that puts a significant amount of emphasis on technology-focused investments, and which has recently undergone a variety of changes and advancements. On October 15, the firm announced that it would be merging its MyWebGrocer (MWG) subsidiary with Mi9 Retail, with two of Mi9’s investors also taking part in the move. 

According to reports, MWG will be bringing its order management and e-commerce solutions to the new coalition, while Mi9 Retail will be utilizing its promotions management, analytics solutions, and much more. As a result of the merger between the two, HGGC notes that the company will be able to offer a more comprehensive software solution to retailers across the globe.

Reports have also suggested that the merger, once finalized, could generate several billion dollars in revenue, with this being the result of a combined 500 clients, including Nike and Levi’s. The news of the merger comes not long after HGGC announced the hiring and promotion of various professionals within the company.

One of the more notable promotions is Les Brown, who joined the company in 2007. For the past several years, Brown has served as a Board of Director member for the firm’s Fund II investment in Dynata. With the new promotion, he will now serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the business’ Nutraceutical International Corporation investment. 

Alongside this, Harv Barenz has been promoted to lead HGGC’s global business development efforts after serving with the company since 2008. Lance Taylor, John Block, and Steven Leistner have all also received various promotions. Outside of this, there have been a variety of new hires for the firm, with there being six new team members in total.

Prominent among these are Greg Caltabiano and Lindsay Sparks, who joined the company as executive directors and who will be charged with leading many of HGGC’s portfolio companies. Alongside this, Mo Gulamhusein has joined the firm as vice president while Holland Reynolds will serve as an investment associate. Chandni Shah comes on board as a fund accountant for the operations team, while Greg Caltabiano will also be working with the company going forward.

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