Karam Malhotra is the Partner and Global VP at the SHAREit Group, a global internet technology company that is ‘making digital content equally accessible by everyone’. SHAREit Group’s diversified suite of applications, including the hero app SHAREit, a file-sharing, gaming, and content streaming platform, has been installed by nearly 2.4 billion users worldwide. Based in Singapore, he helms the global sales team and formulates strategy for SHAREit to build a digital ecosystem, especially in the emerging markets.
He is equally focused on driving SHAREit’s growth and expanding its global footprint. An entrepreneur by passion, Karam has co-founded two businesses - FastFilmz in 2015, which operated in the video on demand market while serving entertainment to smartphone users, and Greatest Common Factor (GCF), an ed-tech company in 2017, which looked to revolutionize how students prepare for competitive exams through a digital-first education approach.
He began his career as a senior analyst in McKinsey & Company after which he moved to Chicago to attend Kellogg School of Management at the Northwestern University in 2011. Upon completion, he returned to McKinsey London as a Junior Partner in the firm, advising media, entertainment, and technology clients across Asia and Europe.
Apart from holding a degree in Physics, he is a graduate of the Trinity College of Music and normally spends his weekends playing the piano, drums, and guitar.