Nitin Dahad

NITIN Dahad has been appointed to the board of East of England International (EEI), the organisation that helps businesses export and assists foreign-owned companies to set up in the region, as a non-executive member.

NITIN Dahad has been appointed to the board of East of England International (EEI), the organisation that helps businesses export and assists foreign-owned companies to set up in the region, as a non-executive member.

Mr Dahad has a consulting,corporate marketing and business development business, TechSpark Ltd, based in Hertfordshire. The firm works with technology start-ups and high-growth companies in leading edge technologies around the world. He is also a director of Identysol, a start-up business established to utilise the latest communications technology for tracking and monitoring solutions.

He has worked with companies across Europe, USA, and Asia, in various international roles within electronics, semiconductor and telecoms companies including companies like GEC Plessey Semiconductor, Marconi Instruments, and ARC International, as well as in publishing - both in establishing new publications in Europe and India, and working as a commentator/journalist on various aspects of international business and entrepreneurship. Since the mid-1990s, he has also been a commentator on the transformation of India's business environment through various media channels.

EEI chairman Sir Robin Young said: “I am delighted to welcome Nitin to the Board. His experience in developing start-up businesses and expertise in the technology sector will be a great asset to EEI as well as to companies based in the region that will benefit from his guidance. I am sure Nitin will also support EEI in our role acting as a voice for the region's business on matters concerning foreign trade.”


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Mr Dahad already holds a number of non-executive roles across the region, including with the East of England Development Agency, and also serves on the board of governors at the University of Hertfordshire.

In his spare time, he is involved with The Rajasthani Foundation, a charity/community organisation for people of Rajasthani origin in the UK. In 1995, he was instrumental in a personal capacity in helping establishing a business network for ethnic minority businesses in conjunction with the Hertfordshire Training & Enterprise Council (TEC), now the Business Link.

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He is a graduate in electronic engineering from the City University in London, and is a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

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