(born November 5, 1965) is best known as the founder, CEO and Chairman of the web design
pioneering company NetObjects, Inc.
from 1995–2001, and also as the co-founder, CEO and Chairman of Glam Media
since 2003. Samir Arora holds 13 US software patents as co-inventor.
Samir Arora grew up in New Delhi, India, as the eldest son of a wealthy Indian family. His father ran a hotel-related business. Samir Arora attended a Jesuit high school at St. Xavier's
, the executive management program at INSEAD
Business School in France, and the executive education program at Harvard Business School
. He holds a diploma in sales and marketing from the London Business School
and studied electrical and electronic engineering
at Birla Institute of Technology and Science
Samir Arora worked at Apple Computer
in Software and New Media from 1983 to 1992, and moved to Cupertino
, California, in 1986.
Arora wrote a white paper called "Information Navigation: The Future of Computing" in late 1986, and worked on early Desktop Publishing
and 4th Dimension
systems. He is known for creating the first "External Objects"... Read More