Leaders from Multiplier recognised by Forbes Asia

This recognition strengthens Multiplier’s position as an employment technology innovator, forging global connections between employers and jobseekers.
By: | May 25, 2023

Sagar Khatri and Vamsi Krishna, Co-Founders of global employment platform Multiplier, have been named as Forbes 30 Under 30 in the Enterprise Technology category, which recognises their “outstanding contributions and visionary leadership in transforming the global employment landscape.”

Khatri and Krishna embarked on their entrepreneurial journey in 2020, founding Multiplier alongside Co-Founder Amritpal Singh with the common vision to assist employers in collaborating with top talent from around the world, and addressing challenges such as talent scarcity and navigating compliance risks.

Within a span of three years, Multiplier has established a presence in 150 countries and counts clients ranging from small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to large enterprise groups such as Amazon, PwC, and Uber.

Reflecting on the recognition from Forbes, Khatri said, “It serves as a testament to our unwavering dedication and the efforts of our talented team. With Multiplier, we are reshaping the global employment landscape, empowering organisations to access top talent worldwide seamlessly.”

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Krishna added, “Being acknowledged as part of Forbes 30 Under 30 is a significant milestone for Multiplier. We are humbled by the recognition of our achievements and grateful for the opportunities that lie ahead. We remain committed to revolutionising employment, leveraging technology, and driving innovation to create a more connected and inclusive global workforce.”