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Founded by serial entrepreneur, Gurbaksh Chahal, ProcureNet is an end to end procurement platform that automates medical supply chain optimization for a post-COVID19 world.

His journey started in January 1999, at the age of 16, when Chahal started his first company, ClickAgents. Eighteen months later he sold it for $40 million to ValueClick. Four years later, Chahal founded his second company, BlueLithium which became a pioneer in behavioral targeting. On September 4th, 2007, Yahoo! announced it had acquired BlueLithium for $300 million in cash. By 2009, Chahal went on to create his third company, RadiumOne, which grew to become one of the fastest programmatic platforms leveraging social data from around the Web. RadiumOne was acquired in 2017 by RhythmOne, a public company on the London Stock Exchange. In 2019, Chahal also founded RedLotus, a patented A.I. business intelligence platform, where he remains CEO.

He has been featured on various global publications and invited to the Oprah Winfrey Show, Men’s Health, EXTRA, Neil Cavuto, among others to share his entrepreneurial journey. In 2010, he received an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Commercial Science from Pace University for his career achievements as an entrepreneur.

In 2019, Chahal was awarded for his renowned achievements as a global entrepreneur by the DGSMC with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Previously, he received the Leaders in Management Award presented by President Donald Trump in recognition of his success as both an accomplished leader and entrepreneur. Chahal was also invited to the White House in 2011 and 2012, by the former POTUS and the first lady, Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. He was also awarded the Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013.

Chahal also wrote his award-winning best selling book, The Dream, and founded his non-profit Chahal Foundation. The foundation helps spread awareness around social causes, provides university scholarships and mentorships, supports disaster relief efforts, and improves schools in third world countries

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