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Meet the Founders
Seyi has more than 19 years’ experience developing and deploying technology solutions for the power and water utility industry. He has spent several years consulting with global utilities and the World Bank. Varuna is Seyi’s second technology startup, having built and sold Power2Switch, an energy marketplace in the power industry. Seyi has an MBA from the Booth School of Business at University of Chicago, and an MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Warwick University in the UK.
CRO/Head of Business Development
Jamail has more than 17 years’ experience successfully leading business development and sales operations, including defining strategy and managing teams within the consulting, telecoms and utility industries. Prior to Varuna, Jamail led business development and sales at Uplift Data Partners, rejuvenated the public sector practice for Gartner in Illinois and led business development and sales efforts for Power2switch. He has an MBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and his BA from Vanderbilt University.
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