Since its establishment in 2011, the highly specialized search and analysis engine Innoplexus has become a major player in the healthcare sector. Based in Eschborn, Germany, the company provides valuable information for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as researchers and doctors. By enabling users to access the most recent life science data much faster and more efficiently than previously possible, and by connecting all the different data points from structured and unstructured data, it also serves as a research and development accelerator, especially for pharmaceuticals.
Gunjan Bhardwaj, founder and CEO of the Innoplexus group, had always been interested in Germany as a business location. After graduating from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Mumbai in 2005, he had the chance to travel to Germany on a German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarship. He attended Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences in Baden-Württemberg before moving to the consultancy firm EY in Stuttgart, where he headed up a global performance think tank.