StanPlus, India’s largest medical emergency response platform, has announced the hiring of Shalabh Dang as Chief Revenue Officer to expand StanPlus’ business verticals and footprint across India and international markets. Shalabh will be responsible for driving and trying to implement strategic partnerships with hospitals, corporations, and other streams to boost revenue growth and support the company’s mission of creating a 911 model for Indian health insurance in his new role.
Shalabh has over a decade and a half of cross-domain experience. As Group Sales Head at Fortis Healthcare, he was responsible for international and domestic sales and collections. He has also worked with well-known companies such as Philips, Vodafone, and TATA Teleservices.
“We are thrilled to have Shalabh join our team,” said Prabhdeep Singh, Founder & CEO of StanPlus, in response to the announcement. We are embarking on our journey to become a consumer healthcare brand with his extensive experience and expertise in the consumer durables, telecom, and healthcare industries. I’m confident that under Shalabh’s direction, our growth will pick up speed even more and we’ll be able to quickly widen our presence across a variety of Indian markets and submarkets. In the emergency space in India, there is an urgent need for a top-of-mind 911-like brand. Face to the fact that there is no more room for improvement and that the fact that there is no more room for improvement.
“We are fortunate to have an experienced leader like Shalabh join us who will add a lot of value towards our growth and support us in achieving the StanPlus mission of saving lives,” said Gurjit Singh, Chief Operating Officer and Founding Member at StanPlus.
Shalabh Dang, CRO StanPlus, expressed his enthusiasm for the position: “I am excited to be a part of a team that is building a solid model of medical assistance based on the principles of speed, reliability, and empathy.” With this new position, I hope to raise StanPlus’ visibility throughout India, allowing lives to be saved during the critical hours of medical emergencies. I am committed to completing this remarkable mission of developing the 911 model that India requires.”
Shalabh has been named one of the Top 100 Global Healthcare Leaders in Dubai for 2019.
So far, StanPlus has raised $22.6 million from investors such as HealthQuad, Kalaari Capital, and HealthX Capital Singapore, among others. The company guarantees to respond to emergencies in under 15 minutes. The company’s goal is to achieve the four core pillars of emergency response technologies: access, triage, destination selection, and vital sharing. The Hyderabad-based startup has partnered with 200+ hospitals and 100+ businesses and plans to expand to 750+ cities and towns in India by the end of this year, paving the way for a robust medical emergency response for people across the country.
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