From Ola to StanPlus - how startups are helping COVID-19 patients
Anu Acharya of Mapmygenome and Rajat Garg of My Upchar discuss the bottlenecks around the coronavirus testing process in India.
StanPlus focusses on supporting the patient in emergency and non-emergency situations by helping them reach the hospital on time.
Hitesh Gupta, who led the Paytm team, didn’t follow the cookie-cutter model to success. He didn’t go to IIT or a pedigree university.
Yashish Dahiya of PolicyBazaar talks about what startups need to focus on to survive the coronavirus-led downturn, and why they need strong cash reserves.
Due to political tensions with China, Taiwan’s progress in tackling the coronavirus outbreak does not get much media mention.
IIT Guwahati developed a low-cost LED-based machine for disinfecting floors at hospitals, buses, and trains to aid the fight against coronavirus.
Ola has enabled over 200+ hospitals in Bengaluru. The service is to enable medical trips that are non-coronavirus and do not require an ambulance.
Zelish not only helps you with meal planning but also delivers the items needed to prepare them. It wants to make 'ghar ka khana' more appealing for millennials.
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