Radhesh leads the Global Entrepreneur Program for IBM India and South Asia. He mentors Startups to see how their Business Models can be enhanced, identifying areas where technology can play a role. He is mentor to several Accelerators. Prior to this he has been a Software IT Architect in IBM Software Group for over 12 years. He has developed complex architectural solutions involving a broad array of technologies including: Portal, J2EE, Content Management, Business Integration, Security, Database, Analytics, Smarter Cities, and Infrastructure Monitoring leading in many key wins for IBM. Radhesh also writes articles on technologies which are published in YourStory and Swarajya Magazines.
He leads IP Research Institute (IPRI), which is Tokyo-based NGB Corporation's award-winning research arm. IPRI’s 30 or more IP analysts and approximately 100 experienced searchers combine legal and business experience with technical expertise in electronics, telecommunications, automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, and almost every other technical field. Their strength is prior art searches in Japanese, Chinese and Korean languages, and they recently won first prize in both the individual and team competitions of the prestigious Japan Patent Search Grand Prix sponsored by the IPCC (Industrial Property Cooperation Center).