Saral Designs, which promotes menstrual hygiene in under-served areas, modified its pad-making machines to make surgical masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Check out the three winners of the Wharton India Startup Challenge 2019.
Nexus-trained bioQ redesigns daily-use products to create ecofriendly options.
TechCamp South Asia participant Sahar Mansoor’s start-up, Bare Necessities, offers personal and home care products that are ecofriendly and use biodegradable packaging.
Nexus-trained CogniABle integrates technology and clinical expertise to provide accessible and affordable screening as well as treatment solutions for neuro-developmental disorders like autism.
English language specialist Dieter Bruhn helps entrepreneurs polish their business communication skills like pitching and negotiations.
TechCamp South Asia participant Chandra Vadhana R. works to provide digital employability skills to enhance the career prospects of women.
Patna-based Farms and Farmers Foundation offers mobile phone apps and other services to help farmers increase their income from agricultural activities.
U.S. State Department exchange program alumna Yamuna Sastry’s Bengaluru-based start-up, Cab Dost, helps taxi drivers secure their future by providing them different financial services.
FIA Technology, a Haryana-based Millennium Alliance awardee, works on financial inclusion by taking banking services to the doorsteps of customers from underserved sections.
Nexus-trained Hydrotec Solutions’ solar-powered water purification system provides communities with 24/7 safe drinking water on a pay-per-use basis.
Essmart, co-founded in Tamil Nadu by American Fulbright-Nehru researcher Diana Jue-Rajasingh, delivers life-improving technologies by developing distribution channels within existing local networks.
RoadBounce uses cutting-edge analytics to improve public safety and infrastructure, all through smartphones.