sf business times names three sikh entrepreneurs among top 40

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The San Francisco Business Times has released its 2013 edition of Top 40 under 40 young professionals in California’s Bay Area. Among the entrepreneurs named in the list are three Sikh Americans includingNarinder Singh (co-founder of Appirio and Board Chair of the Sikh Coalition), Gurbaksh Chahal (CEO of RadiumOne and founder of the BeProud Foundation) and Manav Singh Grover (of accounting firm SOAProjects).

Read more at The San Francisco Business Times.

Narinder Singh – As co-founder and chief strategy officer of Appirio, Narinder plays a key role in keeping Appirio at the forefront of cloud computing. He’s chairman of the board of the Sikh Coalition and executive sponsor of Appirio’s philanthropy program.

Gurbaksh Chahal, 30 years old, already is a veteran entrepreneur and social tolerance activist. He’s the CEO and founder of RadiumOne, a social advertising company, and founded two companies, ClickAgents and BlueLithium, which sold for $40 million and $300 million respectively.

Manav Singh Grover is a recognized entrepreneur in the valley. His accounting firm SOAProjects has grown in 7 years to $14 million in annual revenue, with 15 offices around the world serving pre-IPO through Fortune 100 companies.