Karan Singh, Co-founder and COO of mental health startup, Ginger, joins me in this episode. Ginger is one of the early pioneers within the mental health tech space and it’s an honor to have Karan join us to talk about the founding of Ginger, the mental health startup space, and his advice to aspiring mental health startup founders.
He tells the founding story of Ginger, as well as how the business has evolved and grown into what it is today. Ginger has accomplished quite a bit in the last decade and has been named one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Healthcare by Fast Company, while also being identified by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer.
He did his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley and got his MBA from MIT (Sloan School of Business). He was in the Harvard Medical School / MIT Health, Science and Technology program, but left to build Ginger.
There are a number of ways to connect with Karan including on social media which will be linked in the show notes.
You can connect with Karan here: LinkedIn, Ginger Website, Karan on Twitter
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