Name: Sulabh Sharma\nTitle: Managing director, Sush Mobile\nAge: 29\nWhere were you educated? \nBachelor of Technology from Delhi, post-graduate in business from Massey University and master of commerce from the University of Auckland.\nWhere do you live? \nHenderson, Waitakere, Auckland.\nWhat are your interests away from work? \nCuisines and travel.\nWhat are you reading at the moment? \nDifference by Bernadette Jiwa and Big Databy Viktor Mayer-Sch?nberger and Kenneth Cukier.\nWhat is your favourite movie? Why? \nGuru, an Indian movie, based on the life of Dhirubhai Ambani, a businessman who founded one of the largest Indian companies Reliance. Gravity is the recent favourite one because of its spectacular use of technology and great acting.\nWhat is the most memorable place you've been to? \nThere are few to name, but Zurich I guess is the most memorable one.\nWhat's the best piece of advice you've ever received? \nAsk questions until there are none.\nProfessionally, who do you admire most? \nProfessionally, I admire the team of two - Larry Page and Sergey Brin \u2013 the co-founders of Google.\n Related:The new CIO fitout: Wearable tech\nHow long have you been working in IT? \nSix to seven years.\nIf you weren't working in IT, What would you be doing? \nI would probably be a chef. I find cooking immensely calming.\nWhat was your first job? \nMy first job in India was teaching mathematics to high school students part-time, here in NZ I started at BP. I used to fill LPG bottles and handle tills until I got my first software job as .Net developer at Auckland Regional Council.\nWhat's the best thing about working with IT executives? \nPassion for technology, hunger for new, greed for making systems better and processes efficient.\nWhat is the worst? \nWhen IT becomes over cautious and pessimistic. There may be turbulence, but that should not stop projects to take off. Of course, planning and analysis are important, but smart teams can and will handle difficulties whilst journey to reach the desired outcomes.\nWhat is your favourite networking situation? \nTechnology conferences and Linkedin.\nWhat will you do when you retire? \nI haven't thought that far, but can't think if I might be able to.\nSend feedback to email@example.com\nFollow CIO New Zealand on Twitter:@cio_nz\nSign up for CIO newsletters for regular updates on CIO news, views and events.