Bruce T. Dugan, Incognito CEO is listed in the top 25 most valuable CEOs in India, according to Business Connect Magazine. An anomaly since his arrival to India in 2012, this is yet one more accolade. There are plenty of large firms with campuses in Bangalore (the ‘silicon ally’ of Asia), including Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Sun Systems, IBM, Yahoo, etc., but Bruce’s firm’s story was something different.
He arrived in Bangalore in 2012 with the intent to have a friend’s firm build a product he had conceived. His intent was to come for a month to lay out the project, then head to Thailand for a few months while they coded, ultimately returning for the final development phase.
One year later he was still in Bangalore and found himself on the cover of Small Business Enterprise.
With little progress being made by the Bangalore firm, this serial entrepreneur ended up incorporating a new India-based subsidiary of his U.S. corporation and hiring a few locals that he met while waiting. When asked in an interview with Business Connect, Magazine why he started the company in India, he said “It seemed like a good idea at the time. And I liked these guys.”
He co-founded a technology company in 2005 while living in Buenos Aires (where the CTO for all the companies resides), and in 2017 launched another technology division of Incognito Worldwide so that the two could collaborate on cross-border projects.
A multi-location, multi-language, award-winning digital agency focused on converting your vision into practical reality. "Our goal isn't money, that is merely the result of a job well done."- Bruce T. Dugan, CEO