CBC India announces its national winner for 2017

Caredose — India’s first medical adherence venture

Startup India Advisory Services organised the 2nd edition of Creative Business Cup India
Caredose to represent India at Creative Business Cup in Copenhagen in November

17 September 2017: Startup India Advisory Services is glad to share their India finalist for Creative Business Cup 2017 — Caredose. CAREDOSE is a medicine adherence venture that enables healthcare entities & public health programs to ensure, track & optimise patient care. National winners from around the world will compete against each other at Creative Business Cup 2017 finals in Copenhagen, Denmark, in November during Global Entrepreneurship Week. Ultimately, the Creative Business Cup is about change and empowerment, supporting entrepreneurs around the world.

The purpose of Creative Business Cup is to strengthen the business skills of creative entrepreneurs. The aim is to increase all participating startups’ ability to successfully create a company based on their creative abilities. Creative Business Cup looks for new and revolutionary business ideas stemming from the creative industries. The business idea must have a strong market potential.

There were more than 50+ entries from all over India for this competition, out of which 10 were shortlisted through selection panel using CBC partner YouNoodle’s platform which were presented in front a solid jury. The Jury members for this year were Rahul Saini, Design Head, One97 Communications (PayTM), Erik Azulay, Head, Startup Nexus and Sanjay Tewari, Managing Director, Wellness QED. Caredose was selected as a winner owing to its creative approach to problem solving, proprietary technology and viability of business model.

CBC India 2017 Jury Panelists Rahul Saini, Erik Azulay, Sanjay Tewari (L to R)
National Winner Gauri Angrish, Founder of Caredose

CareDose achieves adherence by equipping them with proprietary technology products to ensure & track complete medicine adherence in their patients and is enhanced by providing them with data, mined from purchase of the drugs to consumption. Gauri Angrish, Founder, Caredose said “I am beyond excited to represent India at this international forum. This is a great opportunity for CAREDOSE, which as a company, has consciously developed technology with a global footprint in mind. We look forward to potential cross-border opportunities with global markets via CBC”.

“This was the second edition of Creative Business Cup in India hosted by Startup India Advisory Services. It was great to see so many innovative startups coming up and pitching their business ideas for CBC, and we are hoping to see Care Dose as international winners of CBC 2017” says Yatin K Thakur, Founder of Startup India Advisory Service.

Creative Business Cup 2017 international finals will be held on 15–16 November 2017 in Copenhagen, where Indian’s healthcare startup Caredose will be representing India with over 60 other nations.

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