Sunday, April 25, 2010
With the commitment to make quality healthcare affordable to all, and provide equity of access to healthcare through technology, Neurosynaptic Communications introduces a range of medical diagnostic equipment and solutions. Developed completely indigenously, in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, these solutions are useful for a whole range of applications – may it be for a clinic, or a hospital, or a rural centre that provides healthcare through telemedicine.
ReMeDi – MDAU
Multi-parameter Data Acquisition Unit
Measurements – 12-channel ECG, NiBP, Auscultation Sounds (Stethoscope), Temperature and Heart rate
Optional Pulse Oximeter and Spirometer probes available
Standalone PC software/ interface libraries for WinXP/ Win2K/ WinME/ Win98
Choice of serial or USB interface to the PC
Choice of semi-automatic or automatic BP measurement
Integrates with ReMeDi – SOFT, for a complete telemedicine and EMR solution
Containers to Clinics (C2C) is a non-profit, charitable initiative that seeks to improve the health of women and children by providing access to primary healthcare through networks of converted shipping container clinics.
Clinics are staffed by local health professionals in-country. C2C's approach to rural medical care is designed to strengthen the entire healthcare system of a country from the bottom up by building capacity to treat illness locally. C2C clinics focus on improving the lives of women and children through vaccinations, safe pregnancy and delivery, and health education. C2C's model allows for standard design and operations and for replication across regions.
A shipping container, once retrofitted for use as a health clinic, is a durable, standardized, adaptable, secure structure with significant potential for replication and consistent care services. The interior of an industrial shipping container can be renovated to allow space for a small consultation room, a small laboratory, an office for staff, and storage and inventory space. Modified for ventilation, light, and utility connections, a container clinic provides a personalized, local-level venue for community members to seek treatment services or preventive health education.
The Container Clinic can be organized as a stand-alone structure or as a complement to improve services and capacity adjacent to an existing structure – health facility, community center, school, or church. The relatively small container clinic functions as a gathering place for community members; works with existing social organizations; and provides robust health education programming that addresses a multiplicity of community health concerns: prevention of disease transmission, sexual health, gender relations, women’s health, antenatal care and eldercare.
Monday, April 19, 2010
Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Venue:T. Nagar, GRD Grand Hotel, Chennai
Please Reach out to the given below contact details for registration.
For Further Queries:email@example.com
The aim of this workshop is to give insights into finance related issues of entrepreneurs and startups.Entrepreneurs will get to learn about Financial Projections, financial statements - Balance Sheet, Cash Flow, Profit and Loss, Breakeven Analysis, Valuations and Sources of Funding. This workshop is for entrepreneurs and startups to learn the fundamentals of finance required to make a business plan and gives orientation on the various aspects related to entrepreneurship. You also get a chance to meet the investors, entrepreneurs and learn from their experiences.
TiE Chennai invites you to
“Getting Funded- 101 Best Practices”
(Topics include Seed Funding, Venture Capital & Private Equity)
With Sam Mehta
Where: Accord Metropolitan Hotel, Sapphire Hall, GN Chetty Road, T Nagar, Chennai
When: Wednesday – April 21st 2010
Time: 7:00 PM onwards followed by Networking & Dinner
Registration Details – [6:30 PM – 7:00 PM]
Charter Members – Complimentary
Associate Members – Rs 200
Non Members – Rs 500
Getting Funded: 101 Best Practices – Topics covered include;
1. Seed Funding
2. Venture Capital
3. Private Equity
Sam Mehta is the Founding Director of Atlas Advisory (a boutique advisory firm) and Atlas Venturez (a seed fund). He is an advisor to various Private Equity Funds and Family Offices in a personal capacity. Mr Mehta is an Operating Director of Dr Mehta Hospitals, a 75+ year old healthcare provider. Mr Mehta brings more than 15 years of top-tier strategic consulting, multi-national operating and entrepreneurial business development experience to the healthcare industry. A former management consultant with McKinsey & Company (USA), he has served a number of leading global industrial and private equity clients. Prior to McKinsey, Mr Mehta has held multiple senior business development, technical and operations management positions with Shell, BP, ICI and Exxon in Europe and Latin America. Mr Mehta has also held leadership positions within various family business enterprises and startups (healthcare, food processing, real estate investments, technology and imports / exports) in Europe and Asia. Mr Mehta has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, a Masters in Manufacturing / Engineering Management (USA), a Masters and Bachelors in Chemical Engineering (UK). Mr Mehta is a Chartered Chemical Engineer (CEng) with the Institute of Chemical Engineers, a Professional European Engineer (EUR ING) with FEANI, a Chartered Scientist (CSci) with the Science Council, a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) with the Society for the Environment, a Sainsbury Management Fellow (SMF) with the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK and a TIE Charter Member.
Friday, October 16, 2009
Investor Forum 09: October 29 & 30, 2009: Hyatt Regency, Sahar; Mumbai Innovators showcase fundable green tech ideas.
Success Stories: New Ventures India facilitated its 11 portfolio companies with an investment support of INR 94.00 Crore / USD 23.5 million.
Call for business plan - NVI now accepts business plans throughout the year. If you feel that you have a profitable and innovative green business idea that you plan to scale up with the help of funding and external professional help, please send in your executive summary to Vamsi.firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, July 24, 2009
Wonder Grass Initiative Pvt. Ltd. founded by Vaibhav Kaley offers a innovative solution for providing affordable houses for rural dwellers. Their core operation involves processing-packing-transporting and installation of modular houses with bamboo being the main construction material. The production node manufactures different housing components such as Column, Beam, Truss, Purlin and other accessories such as different joineries systems etc. These components can then be then sent to any desired location where they are erected on a standard foundation as per the design instruction. Since most of the prefabrication work is done in the village it reduces migration.
The objectives of Green Building Congress are to:
Showcase green building products / technologies / services
Exposure to latest trends and technologies on green buildings
Facilitate Market Transformation
Facilitate networking and promotion of business opportunities
Involve all stakeholders in the green building movement
The theme for the current edition of Green Building Congress is ‘Affordable Green Buildings’.
The conference will be an excellent opportunity for architects, green products and equipment manufacturers, building consultants, contractors, corporate project managers (involved in building) to update themselves on the latest trends in green building practices across the globe.
The proposed Conference will attempt to address the above challenges and chalk out a roadmap by deliberating with the diverse stakeholders including the farming community, corporate sector, entrepreneurs, governments, institutions, researchers, consultants and academicians.
With global down turn, incubation and the entrepreneurs it helps face relatively new challenges and opportunities. The program for the forum addresses the topic directly, as well as focusing on some of the key issues facing business incubation managers and policy makers. Combining globally recognized and inspirational speakers, with a workshop style for most sessions, along with plenty of time for networking, the forum is designed to inspire, transfer knowledge and to encourage participants to learn from each other and to share successful tools, tips and strategies.
The Forum is organized by the Asia Pacific Incubation Network (APIN), supported by infoDev, the Department of Science and Technology in India and its growing number of members. APIN’s Steering Committee has an ambitious program of activities to share and will use the opportunity to better understand what help incubators need in the region, so that this can translate into future activities to benefit members.
Monday, June 15, 2009
- A visit to SKS Microfinance, founded by Vikram Akula. Vikram is recognised by Time Magazine as one of today's 100 most influential people. (http://www.sksindia.com/)
Time with a number of leading Ashoka fellows in India as well as a number of other grassroots social entrepreneurs and innovators
- An experience of two diverse cities and states in India - Kolkata in West Bengal and Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh
- Participation in the fourth annual International Conference on Social Entrepreneurship, which will be held at the Indian School of Business, one of world's top business schools (http://www.isb.edu/)
We will be selecting approximately 15 leaders to take part in the experience. Previous participants have included senior leaders in the private, public and civil society sectors, social entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, policy makers, philanthropists and academics.
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
TED is an expensive affair, and while the US event costs $6000 to attend, entry to the Indian event will be priced at $2400. At the same time, 100 fellows will be allowed to participate for free. The TED India fellowship applications will open on April 20th. 80 of the 100 fellows will be Indian. There’s also a non-profit/NGO rate of $1400, and some sponsor fees. The talks are curated, and there’s no marketing or pitching; this is a conference about ideas worth spreading, and speakers are given 18 minutes.
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Last date of Idea submission: 31. 5.09
Grand final: August 1st week
Organiser: IIT Bombay & Godrej
KB brand drip irrigation laterals are useful for the crops like-vegetables, cotton, sugarcane and horticulture. KB micro sprinklers are suitable for close spacing crops like onion, ginger, garlic and fodder. These systems are very easy to install and maintenance also is very easy. Thousands of farmers are using KB drip & sprinklers in various crops across India & abroad