June 23, 2017: Viraj Gandhi Recognized as 2017 40 Under 40 Honoree
Greenbelt, MD – June 23, 2017– Viraj Gandhi has been recognized as a 2017 40 Under 40 Honoree, an awards program presented by the Washington Business Journal. Select professionals from the Greater Washington region were named winners of the awards program. They will be honored at an event on July 20 at the Nationals Park PNC Diamond Club. These honorees were chosen from more than 450 nominations by a panel of outside judges in collaboration with the Washington Business Journal editorial staff. Check out the list here.
“Taking a risk and leaving my ‘stable’ job at 23 to expand my horizons and become an entrepreneur by starting Paradyme Management was the best decision I have ever made,” said Gandhi. “It is an honor to be recognized on this list, and I couldn’t have done it without my business partners, Eddie O and Sang Na.”
About Paradyme Management
Founded in 2003, Paradyme Management, Inc. provides full life-cycle data management consulting services. We help our clients capture data, integrate disparate data systems, and analyze data to support decision making. As an organization, Paradyme focuses on providing exceptional customer service to its clients, welcomes every employee into an atmosphere rich in collaboration and saturated in culture, and loves engaging with the local community.
About 2017 40 Under 40
This program honors business professionals under the age of 40 who stand out as leaders in their industries and positively impact the Greater Washington communities. The honorees will be published in the July 21 print edition of the Washington Business Journal and will be formally recognized at an awards event on July 20 at the Nationals Park PNC Diamond Club.
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