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TechScout.com is pleased to announce that inventor and Indian Presidential Award winner Praveen Kumar Gorakavi will be joining the company as Innovation Director for India and Southeast Asia.
As Innovation Director, Praveen will provide scientific and technological advice to the company's clients, helping them optimize product and service innovation in their industries. In addition, Praveen will be instrumental in helping foster and promote technology innovation among young innovators and students in India and elsewhere in South East Asia. Praveen will be based in India working on these two themes.
A former child prodigy, with roughly a 100 awards to his name, Praveen has been a prolific inventor since the age of 13 years old, when he created an artificial limb. Though he is a graduate in Chemical Engineering, his inventions cross a multitude of disciplines, from ammunition technology to nano-fertilization.
John Schulten, CEO of TechScout.com: "Praveen is one of those rare individuals that combines a deep passion for technology innovation with the desire to help and promote others who are on the way up. We are excited to bring him onboard."
TechScout.com is one of the world's leading technology scouting organizations. Technology scouts from multinational corporations, universities, research institutes and venture capital firms can visit the online Boutique and use the dedicated Private Search service to find attractive technologies for their new products, services and investments. The objective of the InnovatorCircle is to foster technology innovations and technology solutions worldwide.
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