Social Entrepreneurship

Improving access to basic services through social entrepreneurship

This is an excerpt from an article i wrote for Economic Times recently. According to a recent McKinsey report, 46% of Indian families cannot access or afford basic services, which include access to decent health services, sanitation, nutrition, social security, food, energy, housing and education. About 50% of public spend on basic services doesn’t reach […]

The next generation is ready! Inspirations from Global Shapers Karnataka Youth Summit, Bangalore

“Why is medical care becoming more expensive everyday, while all other technologies are becoming cheaper and cheaper?” A young man, Saravanan Nagesh, who is studying at CMRIT Bangalore happened to be sitting next to me at lunch during the Global Shapers Youth Summit and was curious to know. I turned around and spent about 2 […]

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