Doubling down on the Future of Work – Why we invested in AI-powered virtual recruitment platform Expertia AI
The broad human resources and recruitment spectrum has been a specific area of interest for Endiya Partners for well over six years. In the post-Covid world, with the so-called ‘Great Resignation’ and the fight for talent across global markets, the need for organisations to identify the best talent and build speed and accuracy into their recruitment processes has become critical.
Matter of time before digital health business models disrupt the healthcare sector
In the wake of the devastating Covid-19 pandemic, we have all learned to live in an altered universe. Healthcare, in particular, has undergone irreversible changes. From drug discovery to patient care, new and strong business models, powered by technology, have started to emerge, leading to fundamental shifts in the entire healthcare delivery value chain. What would have happened in 10 years has telescoped into 12 months. Notably, patients have embraced digital healthcare.
Endiya Strides 2021 : Looking Forward, Looking Back
In an outlier year for venture capital, marked by technology going mainstream, Endiya Partners rode the wave while staying true to its core – partnering with seed stage startups solving fundamental problems by employing next generation technologies.
A win-win for digital health, fintech, EVs and startups in Budget 2022.
The contribution of startups to the Indian economy over the last few years and especially during the ongoing pandemic received due recognition once again in the Union Budget, announced earlier this week. While there are a few misses in terms of addressing some long-pending issues, overall Budget 2022 offers startups much to look forward to in their journey towards establishing new business models, harnessing technology for scale and creating employment.