Technology and Financial Services
For over 25 years, Sanjib has driven results in financial and technology companies large and small. He developed and led the execution of strategies that turned around a $5+ revenue business, delivering $1B incremental EBIT within 1 year. He helped large companies in multiple industries assess market changes and launch numerous products, delivering millions of new customers. Sanjib has also been part of startup leadership teams that have resulted in multiple 9-figure exits.
Sanjib began his career as a computer chip designer at Intel, where he helped deliver Intel’s fastest new business ramp-up – and invented a programming language still in use over 20 years later. He was a marketing strategy consultant at Peppers & Rodgers Group where he worked with clients such as Unilever, Nestle, and Skandia Insurance.
He spent 9 years at Citi's credit card business in a variety of roles, and then worked on the business development team at Google Wallet. On the entrepreneurial side, he worked on multiple startups in education technology, financial technology and the events industry. Most recently he was CMO of Money20/20, a business he helped from a 4-person startup to the world’s largest series of events in fintech.
Sanjib holds an M.B.A. degree from the Kellogg School of Management, as well as Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.