Graduating in 2004 from Cass Business School in London, Hiten joined PwC on their graduate programme, whilst continuing to develop the property investment business which he set up whilst in his second year at university. Hiten wanted to further his entrepreneurial ambition and so to compliment his property investment business decided to get into the financial services sector where he qualified as a mortgage consultant. He went onto setup up Visionary Finance in 2008 who are the affiliated mortgage consultants for some of the largest property developers.
Hiten’s political interest started in 2013 when the then prime minister, David Cameron, inspired him to join the party due the engagement work with the British Indian population as well promoting various government policies which encouraged aspiration and rewarded success. Hiten joined the local Conservative association where he become the treasurer and helped to financially stabilise the associations finances before being given the opportunity to stand as a local ward councillor. He was elected in 2015 in the Shenley Brook End ward in Milton Keynes and has held a number of positions in the shadow cabinet as spokesperson for Housing as well as Finance and Resources.