Dilip K Mirchandani is a New York-based author, editor, journalist and marketing writer.
"Indoo: The Remarkable Life of the Man who Built Inlaks." Hardcover, 661 pages w/120 images. Opera Pia Sella, Rome 2008.
"One Way Up Wall Street," the biography of Fred Alger’s mutual fund company. Hardcover, 496 pages w/70 images. Alger Press, New York 1999.
"The Pitch Formula for Success," life stories of winning Sun Life agents. Hardcover, 186 pages. Personal Library, Toronto 1981.
Dilip also wrote the India brief in "The Global Edge: How Your Company Can Win in the International Marketplace (Reed Business. 1986)," and has articles and photographs in the children’s anthology "Superbook." (Clarke, Irwin Canada. 1979). He has reported for Dow Jones’ The Asian Wall Street Journal and Canadian Press, and was publisher and editor of Rock Life/Jive Times in Toronto, Canada.
Beyond journalism, Dilip is well regarded as a copywriter, creative director and producer of corporate intelligence and strategic marketing solutions. He has written for film and television and, working with technology, industrial and publishing firms, has a diverse and extensive portfolio in a variety of print and digital formats. His professional memberships have included the International Association of Business Communicators, Editorial Freelancers Association, South Asian Journalists Association and the Directors Guild of Canada.
Dilip was born and raised in Manila, Philippines. He received a Jesuit high school education and went to college at Stanford University, where he graduated with a BA in Communication. Dilip also earned a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Book projects: biography, business/finance, history