The people at Kinsa are determined to build a globally impactful healthcare company that is literally mapping human health, diseases, outbreaks and more. Through their "connected, smart thermometer" and a couple other products more than 1 million people are benefiting from their new technologies. The company is also using their anonymous data to help schools, cities and companies better understand the health of their students, residents and employees. Kinsa is based in San Francisco, has 30 employees and has raised $29 million from amazing investors like Founder Collective, IA Ventures, FirstMark and Kleiner Perkins.
In this interview I chatted with Inder Singh, solo-founder of Kinsa Health about his motivation behind starting this company, what did his career look like before Kinsa, why is human health mapping such a huge market opportunity, what have been the biggest challenges, how do they handle the manufacturing, where are their products sold, what is the price point, have they started expanding internationally, how long did it take them to get through product development and the necessary regulations, where does he see Kinsa in 3 years and much more.
Startup Sense Podcast is sponsored by Jool Media.
Jool helps entrepreneurs and founders build, launch and grow their companies by providing superior technology, marketing and consulting services.
Jool helps clients of all sizes, budgets and industries.
Jool puts clients in the best position to raise capital, hire employees, grow revenues and maximize profits.
If you enjoy this episode and want to hear more interviews with successful entrepreneurs, you can subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher and/or YouTube. Please share StartupSense.net with your friends so we can continue to grow our audience while delivering valuable content and actionable advice to our listeners.