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    Munish jauhar
    As the CEO/Founder of GrayCell Technologies Exports, Munish Jauhar has been living the tech dream. Post his Masters in Computer Applications from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India, an enriching stint with Quark Media House as Product Manager and a US-based start-up, Jauhar moved to the next level. To satisfy the entrepreneurial fire in his belly, he took the risk and set up GrayCell Technologies Exports in 2004. Today, GrayCell Technologies Exports has grown exponentially. The team has swelled to a formidable force of 70 highly skilled professionals placed in two office sites located in the prime business and commercial district of Chandigarh. He was awarded the prestigious Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award as the Most Promising Entrepreneur in 2011 for achievements in the software arena. One of the most difficult parts of starting a venture for any entrepreneur is finding that small bit of seed capital to get things going. To help and mentor young budding entrepreneurs, Mr. Jauhar launched GrayCell Ventures. His aim with GrayCell Ventures is not only to provide seed capital for start-ups in software, web, mobile and the cloud computing space but to act as mentor for the talent. GrayCell Ventures provides a combination of seed funding along with mentoring in a business accelerator environment for early stage startups

What We Offer

Having worked with hundreds of startups during his decade long journey as an entrepreneur, Munish has had first-hand experience of what pains and pangs constraint a startup faces. He works with early stage ventures to define the business plan and technology requirements. He also acts as an independent consultant and evaluator and the GCT Team can chip in whenever the venture needs development help or even a third eye perspective. He firmly believes that innovation and the right application is the key to success and loves to contribute to the tribe of pioneers that think differently and have the passion to turn their dreams to reality. He likes to work as a team with the new brigade of innovators. Our key USP’s include:

    • First hand industry experience that ensures high quality mentoring
    • Large talent pool of technology evangelists
    • Network of business and technology resources
    • Focus on the team and the product
    • Tangible inputs for isolating and minimizing Risk.
    • Follow the KIS (Keep it Simple) methodology

So let’s join hands and make future happen!

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Wipro partners with Transcell Oncologics to transform vaccine safety assessment

By applying augmented intelligence to the vaccine development process, the solution can predict adverse neurovirulent impacts resulting from vaccinations, said Wipro in a press release. Currently, vaccine safety assessment often includes testing on animals to measure adverse impacts. Using Wipro HOLMES instead, researchers and biopharmaceutical companies have a new and fully viable solution and alternative.

Can Chingari Founders’ Clubhouse Alternative Crack the Indian Audio Market?

Available on iOS and Android, the app has been launched as a separate business entity from Chingari and will be closing a funding round soon, said Sumit Ghosh, cofounder, fireside and Chingari. The app offers a common virtual location (room) with common shared topics or interests so that like-minded people can engage in conversations.

Chingari founders launch Fireside, an Indian alternative to Clubhouse

The concept of Fireside is similar to the popular Clubhouse, which is so far available to iOS users only. Users can host live audio sessions on the platform. The interface is also similar to Clubhouse and Twitter’s spaces. Apart from basic audio-specific features, the platform also has a group feature. It’s like WhatsApp Groups but in a voice format. The platform will also be available in various Indian languages.

Social commerce gets closer to being ‘formal’

Social commerce in India is still small at only $1.5-2 billion, with Meesho being the largest player for all types of social commerce combined, the report said. However, aided by smaller towns, accelerated adoption and proliferation of new platforms, social commerce is set for growth. “Social commerce, which combines commerce with social media, is in its infancy but has potential to become mainstream. Forays by Reliance and Tata Group are already causing tremors in the e-commerce ecosystem and social commerce has the potential to further proliferate," it said in a note on the sector.

Arunachal Pradesh gets second Yolo Health ATM

The second of its kind -- Yolo Health ATM -- in Arunachal Pradesh was inaugurated at the Changlang district hospital by Deputy Speaker of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly TesamPongte on Monday. It was unveiled in the presence of Deputy Commissioner DrDevanshYadav, members of medical fraternity among others. Yolo Health is a technology venture, pioneering in the field of health IoT. It primarily focuses on building remote health monitoring and telemedicine applications.

Health ATM inaugurated at C’lang DH

A Yolo health ATM has been installed at the district hospital (DH) here. Earlier, a similar device was made functional at the general hospital in West Siang HQ Aalo last month. The device is stated to be capable of doing 40 different health check-ups within a few minutes. Deputy Speaker Tesam Pongte inaugurated the device in the presence Changlang DC Dr Devansh Yadav. (DIPRO)

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