‘Start-ups are an ultimate test of one’s professional DNA’

With an initial capital of Rs 4 crore, CromDx was incorporated in 2013 by close pals, Mr Sanjay Bhardwaj and Mr Govind Rao Adireddi, who are now the CEO and COO, respectively, of the latest hot start-up located in Noida


(L) Mr Sanjay Bhardwaj, CEO, CromDx & (R) Mr Govind Rao Adireddi, COO, CromDx

CromDx is a molecular information platform integrating molecular biology lab and clinical or biological informatics together, in developing and launching population specific diagnostics tests, prognostics assessments with basic and translational research.

Recently, the company crossed the Atlantic Ocean and established another center in New York, USA.

"We started out with an intent to bring key stakeholders including physicians, clinicians, researchers and patients on the same platform. We always believed that molecular diagnostics is a very unique industry which is capital extensive and skill intensive," voiced Mr Sanjay, an IITian, who holds an MBA degree from the University of New South Wales in Australia.

Promising industry

Mr Sanjay says that he has a strong belief that Healthcare and Life Sciences are the future.


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risha kumari 20 July 2016 at 12:25 PM

Cromdx is a company run by two highly unprofessional & unethical founder directors who have no shame nor respect for its employees or vendors or their customers. They havnt paid salaries to their employees for months & they were forced to leave the organization so the directors can hire new employees who can again be cheated & made to work free of cost for few months. Many of the employees, vendors & land lords have filed legal suits for cheating, fraud & harassment.



Atul Gandotra 7 August 2015 at 10:40 AM

While I like 4 point strategy, I must add that most important strategy is to set a well thought out SMART Goal and build a team around that only.


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