The idea of “Start-up” in business has gained momentum among young entrepreneurs especially in India during last three years. Many youngsters whether IITians, MBA graduates or even young girls had given great ideas which were transformed into profitable business ventures. The question is whether start up idea is only meant for young entrepreneurs?
Why not the experienced senior retired/ retiring bureaucrats/ professionals venture into business? Share/use their expertise and experience to create employment opportunities to scores of aspirants?
As a small and medium scale enterprise initiative, a Hyderabad company named “ Medtronic Biolead Systems” signed a technical know-how agreement with the North East Institute of Science & Technology (NEIST), Jorhat, a CSIR unit on 7th July 2017 to manufacture and promote herbal mosquito repellent products.
Mr S K Rao, Managing Director of Medtronic Biolead Systems, signing a technical know how agreement with North East Institute of Science & Technology (NEIST), Jorhat on 6th July 2017 in the presence of Director of the Institute Dr D Ramaiah. In a period of 100 days, the company launched the product as a green initiative
Dr Ch Mohan Rao, Senior Scientist, former Director of CCMB (CSIR) releasing the Herbal Mosquito Candle in Hyderabad on 17th November 2017. Mr S K Rao, Managing Director of Medtronic Biolead Systems presenting the candle to Dr Mohan Rao.
Mr S K Rao is a retired Indian Information Service officer of 1984 batch. He is also founder of sixty plus.co initiative.