Dhruv Maingi is a Co-Founder and Director at Netrika Consulting. Having started the company in 2013, Dhruv is responsible for all businesses around the protection of intellectual property for companies.
Professional responsibilities take Dhruv and his team to different parts of the country and world in search of evidence that can help companies find evidence regarding the violation of their intellectual properties. If any entity is found impeding the intellectual properties of companies, Dhruv is often found working closely with companies to address the issue. He has worked closely with companies from around the world to address their concerns in India and South Asian countries.
Dhruv work has to always be low profile because the team has to fish out evidence of violation of intellectual property of companies. His colleagues often find him on the phone, speaking to companies and trying to address their worries.
Before beginning his entrepreneurial journey, Dhruv was managing the business intelligence services at one of the global risk management companies. The responsibility needed him to work with the world’s largest software and hardware companies to fight piracy in India. He used to regularly conduct market surveys to help identify counterfeit products, was part of several corporate fraud investigations and working on cyber surveillance and forensics assignments.
With a business to run and professional commitments to adhere to, Dhruv’s passion is now to read and understand more about business strategy. When he can take out time from work, he is hungry to read more about the subject.
With an undergraduate degree in information technology from Amity University and a post graduate executive programme from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, Dhruv hopes to make the strategy of companies his focal point for learning in the coming years.
He has been a sports enthusiast and his friends from Summer Fields School in Delhi often remember him for his passion for basketball and volleyball. He is also described as the livewire at parties, a tag that has grown with his professional exploits.