Sunil Dhar is a semiconductor industry veteran with over 20 years of experience. He has strong technical and marketing background and speaks fluently the language of both technology and people.
He began his career as a design engineer specializing in embedded systems. Armed with a good understanding of the semiconductor design cycle, he took on the new role of sales and marketing in 1990. He migrated to Singapore in 1994 and joined Mitsubishi Electric Asia as the lead for sales and marketing of DRAM products. By 2003 he was heading the marketing function for the entire range of semiconductor products in South Asia Pacific as the Deputy General Manager.
In his current position, Mr. Dhar is tasked to lead the company’s growth strategy in India.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering from the University of Mysore and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Strathclyde, UK.
Indians are taking to consumer technology in a big way, and are enjoying the benefits of digital mobility and the convenience of on-demand services at their fingertips. However, our physical spaces -- our cities in particular -- have not kept pace with the digital world. While we enjoy the advantages of mobility in our digital world, our cities are becoming increasingly congested and inconvenient.