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    November 8th, 2017adminBusiness & Economy, Science & Technology
    Prabhu Patil, CEO of Prolim Global Corporation, addressing a gathering after being felicitated by Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hubballi on Tuesday.

    Prabhu Patil, CEO of Prolim Global Corporation, addressing a gathering after being felicitated by Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hubballi on Tuesday.

    He recalls how an article in The Hindu opened avenues for his growth

    A native of Haveri and now CEO of a global company, Prabhu Patil, plans to create job opportunities for another 100 professionals from the region in the next two years for his unit in Hubballi.

    Speaking to presspersons after a being felicitated by the Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) here on Tuesday, Mr. Pabhu Patil, who is now CEO and president of Prolim Global Corporation, said that they have hired 70 persons for his Hubballi unit and have now drawn up plans to add another 100 in two years.

    Mr. Prabhu Patil said that Hubballi had a lot of talent and they want to not only train and recruit young graduates but also guide them to become entrepreneurs.

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    He said that to begin with, they would like to take engineering graduates for internship and train them and for the purpose, they want to have a tie-up with the KLE Institute of Technology in Hubballi. Prolim Global Corporation now has offices in the U.S., Canada, Bengaluru and Hubballi and it recently acquired Ally PM Solutions Inc. of North America.

    Mr. Prabhu Patil said that on the social front, they would like to adopt more children under Akshaya Patra midday meal programme and also associate with the Deshpande Foundation in taking up social initiatives.

    Earlier, narrating his life story, he recalled how an article in The Hindu took him to Coimbatore for pursuing a research with the Defence Research and Development Organsiation (DRDO) and subsequently, to the U.S. and other nations to work with various companies.

    “Now, I have started working for my organisation and also want to contribute a little bit to my region,” he said.

    KCCI president Ramesh Patil, secretary Siddeshwar Kammar and other office-bearers felicitated him.

    source: http://www.thehindu.com / The Hindu / Home> News> States> Karnataka / by Special Correspondent / Hubballi – November 08th, 2017

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