Google selects two Indian women entrepreneurs to participate in Women Founders Academy
Google announced on Monday that it has refocused on health-tech after 2020, and two Indian start-up founders, Monika Mehta of Zealth-AI and Laina Emmanuel of BrainSightAI, have been selected for the Women Founders Academy.
They are each dealing with different challenges in the healthcare field. According to Google India, Monika is building a digital hospital-at-home solution that will allow for more fast treatments and better outcomes, and Laina is developing a neuroinformatics platform to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of neuro-oncological and neuropsychiatric disorders.
The Women Founders Academy, a 12-week programme, is designed to help founders develop their leadership skills, build outstanding teams, and manage their individual growth needs.
They'll participate in workshops, network with a group of Google advisers, venture capitalists, and business executives, and receive mentoring from subject matter experts. This year's Women Founders come from five Asian countries: India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, and Singapore, according to the statement.
The 8 other participants are:
Dorothy Yiu (Singapore). EngageRocket is a cloud-based software startup that helps businesses boost employee satisfaction.
Sophie Jokelson (Singapore). Cove is a co-living firm that makes renting nice houses at fair costs easier, faster, and more flexible.
Geraldine Vanessa (Indonesia). Prieds Technology provides a comprehensive business and technology solution to help businesses run more efficiently.
Octavianty, Utari (Indonesia). Aruna is a fisheries platform that uses technology to link small-scale fishermen to the global market.
Lie, Ketty (Indonesia). ErudiFi is a technological business that aims to improve education access in Southeast Asia.
Angela Jihee Park is a Korean actress (Korea). Kokozi is a platform and gadget for audio content that provides youngsters with unique audio experiences.
Ji Eun Chung, Ji Eun Chung, Ji Eun Chung, Ji (Korea). CODIT operates an artificial intelligence (AI) data intelligence platform that assists businesses in managing legal, regulatory, and policy risks and opportunities.
Yukari Nagata, Yukari Nagata, Yukari Nagata (Japan). DATA VIZ LAB is a cloud-based consulting firm specialising in data analytics and visualisation.