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Made In India For Global Pharma | Indegene
The 90s saw the advent of companies like Infosys that leveraged Indian talent to service the software needs of developed countries.
In the next decade were born companies like Indegene that leveraged Indian talent to service more niche needs of companies in developed countries!
This episode chronicles the journey of Indegene and its founder, Manish Gupta.
Indegene’s software and services are designed to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of biopharmaceutical, emerging biotech and medical device companies.
Indegene was founded in an era when VC money was not flowing and the only way to make a business thrive was to make it profitable.
Manish talks about Indegene’s journey of sustainable scaling, starting with helping pharma companies with content and training to eventually becoming the full-stack behemoth that it is today with a few acquisitions along the way.
Indegene is all set for an IPO that intends to raise 3200 crores from public investors, and this episode is a masterclass in sustainably scaling a global business!
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Some of the things he shared:-
Medical representative as a service
Difference between CSO and a VSO
Trends in pharma post-pandemic
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