07 March 2015 - By GENWORKS
The firm currently has about 215 employees on its rolls and plans to scale up further over the coming months. It currently has a turnover of about Rs 300 crore, said Ganesh Prasad. The startup plans to form partnerships with healthcare centres, hospitals and clinics across the country to scale up and provide medical solutions faster to people In tier-2 and tier-3 cities, said Ganesh Prasad. GenWorks will also run training programmes for hospitals and doctors across the country.US-based conglomerate GE is not the only company that is incubating new ideas and experimenting with startups. In th retail industry traditional brick-and-mortar retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target have also started incubating ideas and even launched corporate accelerator programmes to identify startups with disruptive solutions that can help them stave off new-age, tech-savvy rivals such as Amazon.