Gen Life Supporting the Lifesciences Business Globally uring 2017 alone, 1000 plus startups have been added to the Indian startup ecosystem. 2018 will only be adding Dnewer dimensions to this. Startup hiring is set to grow further in 2018 compared to 2017, with analytics slated to be one of the most sought-after skill-set. In 2018, startups will increasingly invest in focusing on ‘quality hire’more than ‘quantity’and will look beyond hiring from IITs and explore key talent from top engineering colleges in Tier 2 cities and also leverage meetups like hackathons for recruitment. The government is encouraging start-ups in a big way and we have seen an exponential growth in the number of new ventures opening every day. Launched in a glittering function at Darbar Hall, Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi on 31st July 2011, GenLife (a Quality Of Life division of Generix Lifesciences Pvt Ltd) is a professionally managed company supporting the Lifesciences business globally. The occasion was attended by more than 250 eminent Doctors and many pharmaceutical industry stalwarts. GenLife launched 4 Japanese Products, which are all unique and under patent, on the same day and the respective Japanese Manufacturers made a detailed technical presentation to the doctors regarding the products. All the guests thereafter enjoyed a live session of music with “Indian Ocean”. GenLife was awarded ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management System) on 04/10/2013, ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System) and ISO 22000:2005 (Food Safety Management System) on 03/10/2016. Promising Services of GenLife Promoted by pharmaceutical professionals, GenLife business model is based on concept marketing its unique and innovative, premium Nutraceutical and Cosmeceutical products to top Specialists / Doctors to create an enviable Niche for itself. GenLife expanded its Sales operations geographically to Mumbai in March 2012, Hyderabad in October 2012, Pune in February 2013, Bangalore in July 2016 and Ahmedabad in April 2017. GenLife added 3 new products from USA to its portfolio in August 2012, 4 products from Japan in June 2013 and 4 more cosmeceuticals from USA in December 2014. GenLife now has a portfolio of 15 unique and innovative products with little or no competition in the market. GenLife currently has more than 100 employees in a flat organization structure which breeds responsibility, sense of ownership and entrepreneurship. GenLife has participated in and sponsored many academic programs, seminars and clinical research to create awareness and acquire knowledge, regarding the latest trends in Nutrition and Health. GenLife has been featured/listed/awarded the following recognitions: ● 10 Best Healthcare Startups by Silicon India Startup City Magazine with a Cover Feature in its September 2016 issue. ● 30 Best Startups 2017 with a cover feature in Insights Success April 2017 issue.
"While 2017 was an enthusiastic year for the engineering sector, 2018 is a year which has taken it beyond the success
horizons. Recognizing the startups that are revolutionizing the education space and keeping innovation on their radar
by staying up-to-speed with the developments, we have come up with this special edition of “The 10 Booming
Ed-Tech Startups To Watch.” This issue has featured a handful of professionals offering a diverse and engaging
mix of creativity and distinctiveness. This edition of ours will help you to walk through a list of companies
embracing multi-disciplinary approach and covering a range of relevant issues in its sector."
our second issue, in which seasoned businessman and serial entrepreneur, Zouhair Khaliq discusses his journey, which comprises of many failures and successes – “ failure teaches you to learn better and to be humble. It puts that empathy for other people in you to be able to recognize that someone is struggling. That is why I believe that failure is essential to success.”
The founder of ModulusTech, Nabeel Siddiqui, talks about his game-changing idea and where he sees his business in the years to come. Mohsin Rafiq of APRUS shares his journey as an entrepreneur and taking his next-generation idea to market. Tech entrepreneurs Danielle Sharaf chats with us about what it takes to run a company and her latest app, Zoya. For any entrepreneur, selling an idea is a major part of making the business a success and the area where most of them lack is pitching -we converse with seasoned mentor, trainer and industry professional, Shahid Mir, as he shares key takeaways for entrepreneurs for making a successful pitch. The digital economy has taken over – the CEO of Cheetay, Ahmed Khan, sheds light on the e-commerce industry of Pakistan and what it takes to make it online. The future of digital is already here – Ali Khan Swati of Awaami discusses the mindset for adopting digital. One of our contributors, Zeea Hasan Talib, CEO of NShield Solutions, writes about the essentials of a viable business. In Startup Diaries, Azima Dhanjee shares her experience of running ConnectHear.