Rajagopal G: Operating With A Greater Vision Of Contributing To The Geriatric Care Segment Of The Country | CEOInsights Magazine
  • Rajagopal G, Founder, Kites Senior Care

    Rajagopal G, Founder, Kites Senior Care

  • While the ‘out of hospital’ geriatric care models are very popular in the developed countries, India is just in its early days of adopting these models. This ‘out of hospital’ care ranges from Nursing homes, Hospice, Memory Care centers, Psychiatric care centers to home based care as well. Home care has seen good amount of traction in India in the past decade. However, if one wants to achieve completeness in care continuum, we need the entirety of ‘out of hospital’ care components in place which is in its nascent & formative stages in India. KITES Senior Care is pioneering this ‘out of hospital’ Geriatric care services and has been making impressive strides in the industry owing to quality of their services and innovative business operations.

  • Rajagopal G: Operating With A Greater Vision Of Contributing To The Geriatric Care Segment Of The Country

The Disruptive Shift Of Cyber Threats

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Increase Your Income: Best Investment Trends In 2021

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The year 2020 has been an incredible time for all markets due to the pandemic and its aftermath. Despite sharp selloffs in March, the year ended with record highs in indices such as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq. 2021 promises to be favorable for both

Top 10 Startups to Watch For - 2021

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What keeps Yogesh awake at night is only his passion, that is, to deliver a 'unique' platform that, indeed every student anywhere on the 'globe' should be able to use. COVID-19 has significantly

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Supply Chain Digitization The Key To Building Immunity Against Disruptions

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Why Customized Online Fabric Stores Are The Future Of Indian Retail Industry

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We are living in the era of Technology. Surrounded by gadgets, smartphones and machines that no one conceptualized would be possible to build. Advancement was never at this blistering rate .

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How Commercial Investment Will Lead The Real Estate Sector In 2021

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Marketing During A Pandemic

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Molecular Diagnostics Poised To Redefine Healthcare In India

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Evolving Finance Technology In The Insurance Industry

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CFO 'Changing Roles & Expectations'

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  • Top 10 Startups to Watch For - 2021

    The Indian startup ecosystem is home to approximately 38,815 active startups, inclusive of both funded and bootstrapped startups. Currently, India is the world's third largest startup ecosystem, with 38 firms emerging as unicorns. In 2020, the country saw dawning of 12 unicorns, and in the second week of April 2021, India gained six new unicorns. India is expected to see 100 unicorns by 2024 at this pace. According to the Economic Survey 2020-21 tabled in Parliament, more than 39,000 startups have reported 4,70,000 jobs this year. Startups have strong support from government, and there are many new policies supporting startups like simplifying regulations, providing income tax exemptions and setting-up a Rs.10,000 crore funds for startups operated by the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI). Moreover the government has now simplified the procedures for registration of startups by implementing mobile app and website for registration, and startups can now also apply for government tenders.

    But still, some factors like poor mobile & broadband connectivity, less access to high-tech solutions and meager investment in research and development are the reasons for India to be relatively poor in innovations and number of patents filed. India has the potential to be a bright spot in the global economy owing to its unmet demand of a large population and its technology and innovation push. The COVID-19 pandemic has been a turning point in the transformation of India's startup businesses. It has created the need and accelerated the growth of start-ups.

    This issue of the CEO Insight magazine introduces you to a list of 'Top 10 Startups to Watch For - 2021' which have helped in the transformation and growth of the startup ecosystem of the country. The list has been crafted by a team of Industry veterans, CEOs, VCs and the CEO Insight editorial team, thus delivering inspiring stories of their journey and the contributions & roles played by them in the creation and empowerment of a powerful nation.

Top 10 Startups to Watch For - 2021

Company Logo Company Name Company Management Company Description
3S Fitness Technologies3S Fitness Technologies Piyush Kerni, Saarthak Vyas, & Himanshu Bajpa,Founders A unique business that strives to transform the industry through innovative ideas
AAO NXTAAO NXT Kaushik Das, Founder & CEO,Ranajit Mohanty, CCO An independent & premium video streaming platform from Odisha
Bricklane IndiaBricklane India Aman Chadha, Director,Akash Dalvi, Director Providing premium services in real estate including cost consulting, project construction, project management, design automation, real estate development and more
iQuippoiQuippo Anant Konario,CEO Aims to consolidate and digitalize the extremely fragmented construction equipment industry in India, thereby aiding fair price discovery, higher asset utilization rates, quicker pay-back period, and transparent dealing
KITES Senior CareKITES Senior Care Rajagopal G,Founder Offering healthcare services such as transitional care, palliative care, dementia care and geriatric home care for seniors and elders
MoneyTapMoneyTap Kunal Varma, Anuj Kacker & Bala Parthasarathy,Co-Founders India's first app based credit line providing small-medium cash loans and quick credit on mobile which are of affordable interests rates and flexible EMIs
Nanotech Soft-AppNanotech Soft-App Komal Mutreja, Founder & CEO Providing services and solutions of web development, mobile app development, cross platforms, javascript development and AI development
PharmEasyPharmEasy Dharmil Sheth, Dhaval Shah & Mikhil Innani,Founders Offers doorstep delivery of covid essentials, devices, nutrition & fitness supplements, personal care products, ayurvedic care, baby & mom care, skin care, diabetic care and more
Phixman TechnologiesPhixman Technologies Shaad Rehman Khan,CEO Phixman Technologies is the largest mobile repair and electronic device service provider in India with heavy investments in engineers, equipment and procedures
Sujeet KumarSujeet Kumar Co-Founder, Platform of trading for small and medium businesses of electronics & appliances, clothing & accessories, footwear, food & FMCG, pharmaceuticals/medicines, home & kitchens, electricals, toys, and more

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