Sal Dhanani

Sal Dhanani is a co-founder of TeleNav. Sal brings years of experience in business strategy, product marketing and management, and operations within the telecom industry. Prior to TeleNav, Sal worked with the McKenna Group, where he developed market entry, product launch and expansion strategies for various startups, telecom companies and telecom infrastructure providers. Before joining the McKenna Group, Sal was responsible for product development and management at Schlumberger Ltd., Test and Transactions Group. Sal completed coursework through Stanford University's IEEM program, and holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington. He can be reached at sal@telenav.com.

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