K. Srikrishna is a veteran of four entrepreneurial ventures and a professor at Northeastern University where he teaches entrepreneurship and innovation. He grew his first startup from a bootstrapped organization to a global leader in wireless stereo before its acquisition in 2006. Since then, as an investor and a mentor he’s been a part of over ten exits. He divides his time between the USA and India.

Previously, Srikrishna has served in a variety of marketing and management roles in technology firms in Silicon Valley and India. He has a Ph.D. and MS from University of California at Berkeley and a BTech from Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University. The culture of companies and the growth of entrepreneurial business are areas of specific interest to him. Srikrishna’s writing has appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Mint, Hindu Business Line and YourStory.

Srikrishna’s current focus is on mentoring entrepreneurs and CEOs of companies seeking growth with an emphasis on marketing, leadership, and strategy. He’s on the board of advisors of several technology startups. As the father of two young women, he hopes to see more women in tech & entrepreneurship.