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The Purpose is Profit

We are glad and excited to Congratulate Prof Arun Sangwan for being mentioned as "Inner Circle member" in Ed McLaughlin's book on startups called - The Purpose is Profit.

Ed McLaughlin founded United Systems Integrators (USI) Corporation, a corporate real estate outsourcing firm, and grew it into an Inc. 500 company. In 2001, Ed earned Entrepreneur of the Year honors from Ernst & Young and in 2005 USI was sold to Johnson Controls, a Fortune 100 company, and also became CEO of JCI's Global Workplace Business for the Americas. For more details please visit : http://thepurposeisprofit.com/

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Prof. Arun Sangwan has a work experience of 15 years in the corporate and in the field of management education.

In his last corporate assignment, he was the Country Manager- India and SAARC for Sanrad, a company of the Israeli technology group, RAD. Prior to this, he was part of the Enterprise Marketing team at Hewlett-Packard (India). In his role, he managed the largest alliance for HP in India namely, TCS. He has also worked for Silicon Graphics (India), Tata Unisys and HCL Hewlett Packard. He has an extensive experience in B2B Marketing including product management, alliances etc., as well as in Strategic account management in B2B Sales.

He is a strategy consultant to Startups, and small and medium businesses. He is also a mentor with Mara Foundation which focuses on supporting African entrepreneurs through mentoring, funding, networking and capacity building. He is a consultant to a leading company in the financial services sector for algorithmic trading, based on Technical analysis.

The videos can be seen at : http://thepurposeisprofit.com/videos/
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