K. Srikrishna is an entrepreneur, writer and father of two girls. In 1999 he founded his first company Impulsesoft which grew from a bootstrapped organization of two people to the global leader in Bluetooth wireless stereo music prior to being acquired by SiRF Technology Inc in 2006. He’s currently one of the founders of Zebu Communications and is working on his first book.
Srikrishna has a PhD and MS from University of California at Berkeley and a BTech from Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University. He has over 14 refereed publications in scientific journals and holds one US patent. He has for more than 20 years built and marketed semiconductor and software products.
Srikrishna is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal’s India Journal column. He has written a regular column on entrepreneurship for the Hindu Business Line and writes about entrepreneurship, leadership and challenges facing growing organizations. Culture and the growth of entrepreneurial business are areas of specific interest to him.