|Alma mater||BITS, Pilani
MIT Sloan School of Management
|Occupation||Co-founder, Akamai Technologies|
Preetish Nijhawan is an entrepreneur known for co-founding internet company Akamai Technologies in 1998.
Before joining NeoEdge, Nijhawan was a Vice President at BMC Software and prior to that he was a co-founder and Vice President at iVita Corporation, and was a consultant for McKinsey & Company. Earlier in his career he also spent 6 years at Intel Corporation in engineering and management roles.
Preetish is now Managing Director and co-founder of Cervin Ventures, a Venture Capital firm that invests in very early stage software companies. Nijhawan now works for a group of companies (JME Software, Scalable Software and Neon Enterprise Software) as CFO. Prior to this, Nijhawan worked with NeoEdge Networks in Palo Alto, California as Vice President of Strategic Alliances where he led the development of the company's most important partnerships and distribution relationships.
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