YourStory's Pivot and Persist series: how Indian startups are reinventing themselves amidst COVID-19
YourStory’s Pivot and Persist series spotlights startups pivoting to seize new business opportunities, transforming business models and offerings to navigate the COVID-19 crisis.
In 2017, Israeli entrepreneur Ami Dror launched LeapLearner, an edtech company that teaches coding to one million students in 20 countries.
Quick Shape has created a helmet with a cooling system which protects against the harsh summer heat, and also has an N95 filter to combat pollution.
Mumbai-based startup Accura Technolabs works with over 25 international clients across sectors, helping them e-verify their users remotely in real-time.
Reliance’s JioHealthHub is a holistic e-diagnostic app, which is gaining traction in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. It is a part of Jio Platforms’ suite of online services.
Launched in 2012, Sahas Softech LLP has partnered with 150 hospitals to sell its products, including Max Hospital, Apollo Hospital, and AIIMS Delhi.
Kanpur-based Pinnacle Finserv Advisors’ B2B platform myGSTcafe helps businesses, corporates, and tax professionals ensure end-to-end GST compliance.