In this episode, our guest is Naveen Jain, a serial entrepreneur and founder of Moon Express and Viome.
Naveen talks about how the pandemic has shifted paradigms, how governments are responding and how the entire healthcare landscape is changing. Listen to him speak about what the future holds for predictive services across various sectors and how progressive governments are moving forward to make lives better for their people.
Some questions, he says, are imperative for him: (1) Why this, why now and why me? (2) Can illness be optional? (3) How are governments thinking about the same problems differently?
Naveen Jain is an entrepreneur and philanthropist driven to solve the world's biggest challenges through innovation. A man who knows no limits, Naveen pushes big dreams into action, spurring massive cultural and technological change. His audacious vision and magnetic personality continually inspire others to follow what feels impossible. The founder of Moon Express, World Innovation Institute, iNome, TalentWise, Intelius, and Infospace, Naveen sees beyond the current business and technological landscape, creating companies that make a true impact. He is also on the boards of the XPrize Foundation, Singularity University and Kairos Society.
Ernst and Young's Entrepreneur of the Year, Silicon India's "Most Admired Serial Entrepreneur," and the receiver of "Albert Einstein Technology Medal" for his pioneers in technology, he has been repeatedly honored for his entrepreneurial successes. Red Herring also recognized him as one of the "Top 20 Serial Entrepreneurs" and with the "Lifetime Achievement Award." Naveen Jain's next endeavor is to travel to the moon, using lunar resources for innovation here on earth. Find out more at www.naveenjain.com and www.viome.com.
Whether it's business or life, Naveen is guided by one firm belief: ‘Our only limit is our imagination’.
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