DrLive Start-Up gets grants under Idea2PoC (Proof of Concept)
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DrLive Start-Up gets grants under Idea2PoC (Proof of Concept)

Mysuru: DrLive, a Bengaluru-based company, was adjudged as one of the most innovative Start-Ups in the technology space as part of the Karnataka’s Start-up Policy.

IT&BT Minister Priyank Kharge awarded the grant to the company under Idea2PoC (Proof of Concept) programme.

Chethan Channakeshava and Pratap Palthady, co-founders of DrLive, received the award from the Minister at an event in Bengaluru recently.

DrLive is a healthcare technology firm focused on building the next generation telemedicine solutions, based out of Bengaluru. The company has been rated amongst the top healthcare technology providers 2017 in India by Silicon India.

Chethan, who is a BE graduate from SJCE, Mysuru, is the son of C.G. Channakeshava and Vasanthi. He completed MS from New York and MBA from Boston, USA.

Pratap, son of Prakash and Geeta, is also a BE graduate from SIT Tumakuru and has completed MS from New York.

June 30, 2017

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