“In an emergency, what treatment is given by ear? Words of Comfort.” said Abraham Verghese
Long-term medical care, whether it be for the sick or recuperating post-surgery or the aged, is best carried out in the environs of the home, for reasons of patient-comfort, logistical convenience and economy. But to constantly monitor the condition of the patient and provide Medicare at the appropriate time, the two vital requirements are professionally-competent personnel and optimal use of technology.
Though nascent in India, home health care service providers are using both these components to good use to make their mark. But India hasn’t grown much in this sector, because in India, the old and sick are taken care of by family members. Our society generally looks down upon families that seek outside help to take care of their sick and bedridden elders.
So, is India ready for professional home healthcare providers?
Entrepreneurship is a journey which begins with a vision and keeps the person going miles and miles of success. But it gives a delight when you can create an impact on society by your start-up. Many social entrepreneurship are such examples where the vision is not just doing business but to impact the lives of many.
This Sunday we are presenting the story of one such Start-up that has changed the standard of living of many in the rural household- Frontier Markets Continue reading “Startup Sunday || Season 3 Episode 20 || (Frontier Markets – The Social Entrepreneurship)”
The Alibaba Group, commonly referred to as Alibaba, is a conglomerate consisting of multiple companies, which provide a variety of internet features. Alibaba is often seen as the combination of Amazon, eBay, and PayPal; however, it offers much more. Alibaba primarily focuses on its function as an e-commerce marketplace but is also involved in adjacent markets, such as cloud computing, mobile chatting, and personal financing. The journey of Alibaba, led by its founder Jack Ma is often celebrated as an example of how the vision of social inclusion can build a small startup into one of the highest valued companies of the globe. Recently Jack Ma has announced that he is going to retire as the Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group in exactly one year from now. This news has led to the speculation as to how the company will perform once its most influential personality takes a backseat and hands over the reins to a new individual, Mr.Daniel Zhang, Alibaba’s financial whiz. Continue reading “Startup Sunday Season 3 Episode 14(Alibaba Group – Jack Ma’s Exit)”
As per NASSCOM, India with more than 3,100 new startups is the third biggest base for entrepreneurship in the world. With more than 800 new startups being set up every year, the nation would have 11,500 new startups by 2020, employing more than 2,50,000 individuals. India is not only the third largest nation for startups but also has the most expensive real estate. Early-stage startups in India struggle to find high quality and affordable office space. Innov8 solves this problem by providing them with an ergonomically designed flexible workspace.
It’s time for the human race to enter the solar world and take the nation forward through technologically innovative solutions which will improve the quality of lives of many people. This Startup Sunday “let’s think solar” and take a step towards spreading awareness regarding solar power.
8Minutes is the brainchild of three dynamic personalities- Arjun SriHari, Dev Arora and Anuj Gupta. It is a revolutionary startup aimed to transform the energy sector by generating electricity through solar energy.
While there are many among us who donate money or in-kind to NGOs if we are convinced that our contribution is in good hands, some shy away because they doubt whether their donations will be put to right use.
This Sunday we bring you the story of two engineers who, motivated by the social causes and needs in our society, set up a platform that help link the donors with the NGOs in a systematic and transparent way.
DONATE PRODUCTS IN NEED TO CHARITIES INSTEAD OF MONEY