Suraj Rajwani, co-founder and partner of DoubleRock, has more than 7 years of experience doing business in the Silicon Valley, China and India. His specialty areas include management, investment and mergers and acquisitions. He is the former Managing Director of the Global Network Entrepreneurs Network Organization (GENO), which has more than twenty-seven chapters worldwide. As director of both sales and marketing, he expanded GENO’s reach beyond 23 countries as he expanded products in new areas such as enterprise pricing and enterprise incentive management. Rajwani also developed the GENO Venture Connect framework: a platform for entrepreneurs to meet with potential investors. This success led to the birth and expansion of many successful enterprises to follow.
He has served as an adviser on topics such as online brand positioning, and premium domain differentiation, as well as mergers and acquisitions in an assortment of industries including IT, construction, financial services and real estate. Expertise in online branding and marketing helped him broker internet domain names for major global companies such as Salesforce, Yahoo, IBM, RackSpace and an assortment of other online entities worth in excess of $50m. Rajwani also has a strong history in domain negotiations for many organizations such as HireCloud, Catch.com, Wireless Inc, Data.com (owned by Salesforce).
As a provider of capital fundraising consulting services to startups such as ShowNearby, Powerset, Cloud9, CloudFlare. Suraj Rajwani has also partnered with incubators in China to launch TechChina, an incubator developed to attract the best engineering talent in Beijing and Shenzhen to build China’s future innovative companies. TechChina, which is designed to host networking events.
He has made public appearances at conferences such as World HRD (Human Resource & Development Congress) and the World Entrepreneur Summit by Ernst & Young. Rajwani shares his views on entrepreneurial leadership in Bahrain and Monte Carlo, and has coached entrepreneurs through his involvement with the Kauffman Foundation.