Rohit Agarwal of techTribe on Social Networking among Indian IT Professionals

December 7th, 2006 |
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Rohit Agarwal is the founder and CEO of techTribe Networks, a software company pioneering the use of social networking for innovation through ideas, networking and mentorship.

techTribe’s goal is to enable Indian technology professionals in software and services to connect with like-minded people around the world and collaborate on innovative solutions.

A seasoned entrepreneur, Rohit has been a founding member of successful startups and led marketing, sales, and business development functions at established software companies throughout his 17-year career in enterprise software.

Prior to starting techTribe, Rohit has held the positions of vice president, strategic marketing at Baan Company (NASDAQ: BAANF), founding VP of marketing and business development at Webify Solutions (acquired by IBM in August 2006), founding VP, marketing at CommercialWare (acquired by MICROS/Datavantage), and VP, product strategy at newScale. He has also held sales and marketing management positions at Remedy Corporation (acquired by BMC), and FileNet (acquired by IBM).

Rohit is currently co-authoring a book titled “How Innovators Connect,” along with award-winning journalist Patricia Brown. The book, slated for a February 2007 release, attempts to delve into the minds of some of the most innovative executives and entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and showcase that to Indian technology professionals.

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