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Photo gallery: Nutanix founder outlines Founder's Mentality to Aussie audience

13 Jun 2017

Nutanix channel partners joined local CIOs and IT executives at events in Brisbane and Canberra last week as part of Nutanix founder and chief executive Dheeraj Pandey’s flying visit to the country.

Pandey covered a range of topics during the two Founder’s Mentality briefings, held at the Sofitel in Brisbane and Hotel Realm in Canberra.

Attendees heard Pandey’s views on growth, his mentality and Nutanix’s story from a start-up in 2009 to the publicly listed company with a presence in more than 100 countries that it is today.

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