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Use of digital Intelligence to help your skincare needs is now just an App away!

Use of digital Intelligence to help your skincare needs is now just an App away!

With over 50 lakh app downloads CureSkin provides personalized and outcome driven solutions for various skin & hair conditions through the use of online based skin assessment. CureSkin solutions include

● Home-delivered products
● Continuous supervision from its team of doctors
● Programs to monitor diet & lifestyle advice for better skin & hair health.

CureSkin’s treatments are evidence-based, given using photos, and supervised by its team of 20 doctors in house. They can be used either to solve problems like acne, pigmentation and hair fall, or for goal-driven skin & hair improvement.
Use of Digital Technology
CureSkin extensively uses digital technology for assessment of skin & hair health. The results are then verified by doctors to design the personalized treatments and regular follow-ups included in the program. The digital technology of Cureskin helps about 10000 patients daily.

CureSkin applies deep learning-based image recognition to automatically detect conditions from photos. CureSkin’s robot detects several types of problems such as different types of acne, post-acne problems such as blemishes, spots, scars, and also conditions like dark under-eye circles, and pigmentation. This technology is built over a repository of over several millions of photos and analyses pixel-level and pore-level attributes. The technology works with different skin-types, face-angles and lighting conditions, for the most accurate representation of skin.

Branded Products
CureSkin has its own line of branded products which are home-delivered as part of these skin regime treatment kits.

Their personalized skin health programs provide top-notch expertise, continuous care, delivered conveniently to your home. These are customized based on your photos and your individual needs so you can see the best results and experience the best care.

How it works:

• Download the Cureskin app
• Take a picture of your face
• Digital technology detects the skin problem and creates a skincare routine

• Doctor approves it before the products for a skincare regime are shipped to a client. Usually, the kit comprises of 3-4 products which work really well for your skincare needs and the proven track record of customers has proved that it works with a large number of returning customers.

About the Founder:

Guna Kakulapati is the co-founder & CEO of CureSkin. The CureSkin app came out of a personal need when his son was diagnosed with a serious skin condition. In that journey, it quickly became clear that the model of a single point-in-time consultation doesn’t work for skin, and that continuous care & supervision was required to keep it healthy.

Guna is a technologist who graduated from IIT-Chennai with a B-Tech Computer Science and did his Masters in University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. He worked in the US for over 11 years in top tech companies (Google, Amazon). He holds 14 patents for several technology innovations, he was part of the team that launched Amazon AWS and its several key technology components.

Ramakrishna R is the co-founder & CTO of CureSkin. He pioneered the use of Artificial Intelligence to identify and monitor outcomes for various skin conditions through photos taken on mobile phones. At CureSkin, he specialises in the use of deep learning-based Computer Vision. In collaboration with dermatologists, CureSkin uses technology also to develop evidence-based personalised treatments.

Ramakrishna graduated with a B-Tech in Computer Science and attended Stanford for further specialization. He has worked in Google (both US and India) for over 10 years in several deep-technology teams and in leadership roles. He was instrumental in several core projects such Google Search, Maps, and applications of AI in spam detection, Youtube etc.

Dr. Charu Sharma, Co-founder & Head of Dermatology at Cureskin leads the medical team. She is a renowned dermatologist with over 19 years of experience in treating different skin and hair-fall cases. She was previously heading aesthetic dermatology in VLCC, and also had experience in launching their private line of skin-care products. Prior to that she was in Manipal Cure, and Care, and also Rinafihealda group of Skin Hair and Lifestyle Clinics as an Assistant Director

IKEA India welcomes the many people of Bengaluru with its first large format store opening on 22nd of June

IKEA India welcomes the many people of Bengaluru with its first large format store opening on 22nd of June

IKEA (part of the Ingka Group), the world’s leading Swedish home furnishings retailer will open the doors to its largest store in India so far, in Nagasandra, Bengaluru at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 22, 2022. The Nagasandra Store is IKEA’s fourth store in India and the e-commerce and app services in June 2021. The store is located next to the Nagasandra metro station, which will support a faster, more sustainable and comfortable commute, making the store accessible for the many people of Bengaluru. The IKEA Nagasandra store will be an iconic landmark in the city, providing home furnishing solutions catering to the diverse needs of the family. With a planned investment of INR 3000 crores in Karnataka, IKEA is expecting to attract close to 5 million visitors this year in Bengaluru.

Spread over 12.2 acres, the 460,000 sq. ft IKEA Nagasandra store will feature more than 7000 well-designed, affordable, good quality, functional, and sustainable home furnishing products along with beautifully designed 65+ room sets for ideas and inspirations to live a better life at home. The store will also house one of the largest children’s play areas, ‘Småland’ along with a 1,000-seater restaurant and a bistro serving a mix of Swedish and Indian delicacies with many vegetarian and vegan food options to choose from.

Susanne Pulverer, Chief Executive Officer & Chief Sustainability Officer at IKEA India said, “Today marks a major milestone as we open our first large format store in Nagasandra, Bengaluru, Karnataka. We have a long-term commitment to Karnataka to create a positive impact on the local economy through our business. With our growing retail presence, IKEA India will be a strong contributor to increase the overall home furnishing market. It will give opportunities for a growing eco-system for the whole industry, including growing people and skills, we continue to stand by our vision ‘to create a better everyday life for the many people. While we are an omnichannel retailer, the IKEA stores are iconic and will remain important places where our customers meet our home furnishing offerings, get inspired, and find relevant products best suited for their home. We are happy to bring our passion and knowledge for home furnishing to the people of Karnataka to contribute to better lives at home. 

IKEA has employed 1000 co-workers with 72% local coworkers and plans to hire more people from the local neighborhood. IKEA truly believes that it will create the best work environment for its many coworkers, offering equal pay and growth opportunities for all. The store also believes in empowering women and has seen women taking up job roles traditionally reserved for men, such as forklift driving, power stacking, assembly, and installation services. 

Anje Heim, Market Manager, IKEA Nagasandra said, “IKEA aims to offer home furnishing solutions that match the aspirations and dreams of the many people of Bengaluru for a better everyday life. IKEA Nagasandra will serve as a one-stop destination for all your home furnishing requirements. Our unique and affordable IKEA range will cater to the wants and needs of the whole family because there is something for everyone at IKEA. We are excited to welcome the many people of Bengaluru to our upcoming store.”

Customers will now be able to buy some of IKEA’s iconic products such as BILLY Bookcase, MALM Bed, FRAGRIK Mugs, and GAMMALBYN sofa among others. IKEA is focused on sourcing products locally from India and plans to increase local sourcing in the coming years. IKEA works with 5 suppliers in Karnataka. One of them is an IKEA social entrepreneur, Industree based out of Karnataka who is working with close to 1000 local artisans – making sofas, upholstery, armchairs, furniture, plastic, and metal articles, such as EKTORP sofas and NODELAND bookcase.

IKEA continues to develop and strengthen its omnichannel presence in the city with e-commerce, and physical stores. The brand plans to launch its first city-centre store in Bengaluru next year.

ABOUT INGKA GROUP

Ingka Group, the largest IKEA franchisee operates 469 IKEA stores, shops, and planning studios in 63 markets, 47 Ingka Centres meeting places. With over 5 billion visits online and 775 million IKEA store visits, IKEA is truly reaching out to many more people in an omnichannel way. The Ingka revenue for FY21 is close to 42 billion euros. We are taking bold steps across our business to help achieve the IKEA commitment to become a climate positive and circular business by 2030. EUR 6.5 billion has been committed as investments in renewable energy. 

About IKEA India  

IKEA is growing in India. India is a prioritized market for the Ingka group for future growth. Our ambition is to reach many more people in India through a strong omnichannel presence. We are today online in Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and Bengaluru. Two big format IKEA stores are operational in Hyderabad and Navi Mumbai. A city center store opened in Mumbai in Dec 2021 and another one will open in 2022. Along with Retail, IKEA Purchasing, IKEA Foundation, IKEA Investment, Ingka Centres, Global Business Operations (GBO) and other entities are investing in India to create an even bigger impact as ONE IKEA. IKEA remains invested and committed to India. IKEA has been sourcing from India for close to 40 years, working with around 65 suppliers, 48,000 direct employees and 500,000 people in the supply chain in India producing for IKEA stores worldwide. 

Athulya Assisted Living Announces significant expansion and entry into Bengaluru

Athulya Assisted Living Announces significant expansion and entry into Bengaluru

~With this expansion Athulya becomes India’s largest assisted living with a total of 500 beds 

Athulya Assisted Living, India’s largest assisted living service provider and home healthcare service provider today announced its entry into Bengaluru by opening a 250 bedded premium assisted facility, the first one being located in Hosa Road near Sarjapur and the second facility in Whitefield.  

Athulya is the first-of-its-kind premium, tech-enabled facility that is known for its dual approach in providing premium assisted living services and home healthcare for senior citizens. Athulyas’ first Bengaluru facility will fully become operational in a month’s time. 

Speaking about this phase of expansion of Athulya’s service in Bengaluru, Mr. G. Srinivasan, CEO and Founder of Athulya Assisted Living said, “Bengaluru is an ideal location for senior living, and we are excited to enter the city with our exclusive offering. The population of independent senior citizens in the city is to the tune of 12 Lakhs and expected to increase to 20 lakhs by 2050”.    

He further added, “Senior citizens in Bengaluru can now enjoy the premium care combined with round the clock medical support and clinical attention. At Athulya we guarantee a safe living space for the elders”. 

Dr R Karthik Narayan, Managing Director & Founder Athulya Assisted Living, said, “Given the growing elderly population, we need a new model for senior care. Athulya has constantly endeavoured to provide the most ambient environment for senior citizens to live and enjoy a comfortable, safe and secure life. Athulya’s entry into Bengaluru is a step towards creating a robust elder care ecosystem in the country for about 500,000 senior citizens.” 

The key focus of Athulya, right from its inception is a dedicated senior citizen care that includes assisted living, palliative care, critical home care and transition care services all under one single roof. According to a recent research Bengaluru is being one of the prominent cities for senior living in India. In addition, India’s elderly population is expected to reach 319 million by 2050. 

About Athulya:  

Athulya Senior care, headquartered in Chennai, is India’s largest Assisted Living with 500 beds and leading home-healthcare service provider that offers services such as assisted living in senior living communities, senior living rental model, geriatric home healthcare services, and many more.  Since its inception their homecare services have served more than 15,000 senior citizens offering a range of home care services for seniors that include nursing care, doctor visits, physiotherapy, rehabilitation, blood sample collection, ICU setup at home, and bringing the entire gamut of healthcare services to the doorsteps. 

LaLiga Boost lends support to LaLiga clubs’ Internationalization and Growth Strategies

LaLiga Boost lends support to LaLiga clubs’ Internationalization and Growth Strategies

Sevilla FC concludes a five-day visit to Bengaluru, India to explore opportunities and meet existing and potential partners as part of it’s growth strategy

A Sevilla FC delegation, led by Club President José Castro and General Director, José María Cruz and Business General Director, Jorge Paradela, recently visited Bengaluru, India to consolidate it’s brand presence in the country. The move from Andalusian football club follows a massive growth program by LaLiga called ‘LaLiga Boost’ which was initiated after the strategic agreement with CVC involving 1.9B euros being invested into Europe’s top football league. With Sevilla FC’s Internationalization Strategy and the potential FC Bengaluru United, the talent and the country has for becoming a football superpower in Asia, the visiting delegation participated in various activities including meetings with heads of Indian and international companies through the five-day visit, and ended it with participation in a special Extra Time event by LaLiga India today. The event, in collaboration with the Indo Spanish Chamber of Commerce and Embassy of Spain, was also attended by Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Honorary Consul of Spain in Bangalore and Mr. Gaurav Manchanda, Owner, FC Bengaluru United.

Through LaLiga Boost, the Spanish league is supporting all its 42 clubs with cash injections dedicated to promoting global growth through stadia and infrastructure development, technological advancement and brand internationalization. Sevilla FC has been a key part of this strategy and with it’s technical, business and technological expertise, has decided to invest in India for partnerships beyond just traditional methods. The visit to India and footing established here in this time has allowed the club to understand more about the Indian football and sports culture, while imparting this expertise to business and administrative experts in the country to make a positive impact at the grassroots level.

During the visit, Sevilla FC participated in several different activities to increase engagement with top football and business administrators from India, starting with launching the FC Bengaluru United’s women’s team, which was a step forward by the Indian club based on Sevilla FC’s experience in the arena. Following this, the LaLiga side visited one of India’s foremost technology companies, Infosys pertaining to Sevilla FC’s focus on technological innovations, research and development and usage of data. The ‘Football Hackathon – Data Driven Players Performance Assessment’ which is a joint initiative by Sevilla FC and FC Bengaluru United was also launched on 10th June 2022 in Bengaluru. The final part of their visit, on 11th June 2022, will see a development tournament called the ‘Sevilla FC Junior Cup’ take place at HAL Grounds. Aside from these activities, the Spanish delegation got the opportunity explore the Indian and Bangalorean culture by visiting historic and cultural spots across the city.

José Castro, President, Sevilla FC, said, “Our visit to India has been very fruitful and we are thankful to all the companies and people we met here who helped us understand the opportunities and avenues we can explore in this beautiful country. We were always aware of the potential India presents seeing LaLiga’s work here and this visit gave us even more confidence in our focus of our Internationalization Strategy. The one thing that was clear to us over the course of these five days was the passion Indians have for football and we are more committed than ever before to consolidate and grow the Sevilla FC brand here.”

Commenting the visit, Jose Antonio Cachaza, Managing Director, LaLiga India, said, “It gives us immense pleasure to see Spanish brands, specially those with as strong history and expertise as Sevilla FC, recognising the potential in the Indian football ecosystem. One of our key focus areas since establishing presence here has been to showcase the prospects the country offers to all our global and Spanish partners and bridge the gap. LaLiga Clubs like Sevilla FC have the opportunity like never before now, with the LaLiga Impulso (Boost) project, to expand their presence globally and we are looking forward to supporting them in their strategy.” 

About LaLiga

LaLiga is a global, innovative and socially responsible organisation which is a leader in the leisure and entertainment sector. It is a private sports association composed of the 20 public limited sports companies (SADs) and clubs of LaLiga Santander and the 22 of LaLiga SmartBank, and is responsible for organising professional football competitions in Spain. LaLiga is the football competition with the most social media followers in the world, with over 150 million followers across 17 platforms in 20 different languages. With its headquarters in Madrid (Spain), it is present in 41 countries through eleven offices and 44 delegates. The organisation carries out its social work through its Foundation and was the world’s first professional football league to establish a league for intellectually challenged footballers: LaLiga Genuine Santander.

Parul Chaudhary, Abhishek Pal crowned new Indian Champions at TCS World 10K 2022

Parul Chaudhary, Abhishek Pal crowned new Indian Champions at TCS World 10K 2022

On a day where the Bengaluru skies displayed its varying moods, two new champions in Parul Chaudhary and Abhishek Pal were crowned champions in the Indian men’s and women’s field respectively at the TCS World 10K Bengaluru 2022 on Sunday.  

It was an easy win for Parul who hardly strayed away from the lead role in the pack, but Sanjivani, the 2019 champion who was looking to defend her title, was keeping pace with her until the pack entered the Kanteerava stadium for the final stretch. “The route was a little hilly,” said Parul of the course where she has featured for the second time. “But it was good because we practice for this. I’m happy with the test I did for speed.” A final burst from Parul allowed her to finish at the top and set a personal best in 10K road running at 34:38. Sanjivani finished 6 seconds behind at 34:44. 

The surprise of the day was for Komal Jagadale who also managed to break away from the pack in the last 350m of the race and finish at 35:28. For Komal, a steeplechaser, it was an incredible debut 10K race where she finished ahead of her seniors, something which she herself was amazed by. “I didn’t think I would place on the podium. I didn’t care much about chasing the international athletes because I was busy competing against the Indian field itself.”  

The rain-affected the race conditions for all three podium finishers, but to varying degrees. While Sanjivani waxed eloquent about the Bengaluru course being her favourite and Parul was only a little disturbed by the puddles, Komal’s view was interesting. “The rain didn’t affect me much because I dealt with it like a steeplechaser,” she recounted with a laugh, summing up the mood of the Indian women’s podium. 

The men’s field featured a podium that finished with 1 second of each other with Abhishek Pal taking the top spot at 30:05 while both Kartik Kumar and Gulveer Singh finished at 30:06. For both Kartik and Gulveer, it was their first time racing a 10K on road and both runners, who train together at a camp in Ooty, were pleased with their performance. Kartik, in particular, led a rather jovial mood at the post-race press conference while recollecting his race. “It was a little tough in some places [with the puddles on the road from the rain]. There may have been a mistake in the middle, but I didn’t want to overtake the seniors too much,” said Kartik jokingly. “It feels nice with everybody gets a medal.”  

Gulveer also joined in the cheery atmosphere as he outlined his preparation for the race. “We all train together so the strategy was to follow the two in front.” While Gulveer, a 10K road race novice, has yet to qualify for the Asian Games, both Abhishek and Kartik have secured qualification in the 5k event. “I’m happy that I won here this time. It’s my third time here at TCS World 10K – I placed 4th in 2017 but couldn’t finish in 2019 because of a knee injury.” 

The hot and humid conditions that emerged after consistent showers through the night before the race did little to dispel the spirits of the amateur athletes running in the Open 10K that kicked off at 5:30am on Sunday and the categories that followed – Senior Citizens’ Run, Champions with Disabilities and Majja Run – all categories where participants ran for a cause close to their heart.  

Over 12000 people crossed the finish line in the Open 10K category while over 4800 people were part of the Majja Run, apart the Senior Citizen Run and Champions With Disability categories where participants were encouraged to turn out in unique costumes and run together as a group supporting their desired organisation.  

The International Event Ambassador for TCS World 10K 2022, former American sprinter and 4-time Olympic champion Justin Gatlin was swept up in the fervour created in the Kanteerava stadium with the return of the much-anticipated event. “It’s a festival, [one] doesn’t feel the need to compete at a certain level.” The American even hinted at a possible marathon debut as part of his post-retirement plans. “It’s the discipline of it all [on maintaining his fitness after retirement] – keeping fit and wanting to look in the mirror and saying, ‘I look good.”  

Results:

Top 10 – World 10K Women (Indian):

Parul Chaudhary – 34:38

Sanjivani Jadhav – 34:44

Komal Jagadale – 35:28

Preenu Yadav – 35:29

Kavita Yadav – 35:29

Richa Bhadauriya – 35:31

Ujala . – 35:33

Chinta Yadav – 36:53

Monika Athare – 37:05

Reshma Dattu Kevate – 37:44

Top 10 – World 10K Men (Indian):

Abhishek Pal – 30:05

Kartik Kumar – 30:06

Gulveer Singh – 30:06

Pravin Khambal – 30:10

Harmanjot Singh – 30:12

Anish Thapa – 30:18

Tirtha Pun – 30:28

Kiran Mhatre – 30:35

Lovepreet Singh – 30:40

Dinesh . – 30:52

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Records tumble at the TCS World10K Bengaluru 2022

Records tumble at the TCS World10K Bengaluru 2022

Kenya’s Nicholas Kipkorir Kimeli and Irene Cheptai ran course records of 27:38 and 30:35 respectively at the 14th edition of the Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) World 10K Bengaluru 2022 – a World Athletics Elite Label Race – on Sunday, 15th  May. 

Kipkorir Kimeli, fourth in the Olympic Games 5000m last summer, took the lead with a kilometre to go and pulled away from Ethiopia’s reigning world U20 10,000m champion Tadese Worku to reduce the men’s course record by six seconds from the previous mark set by his compatriot Geoffrey Kamworor in 2014. 

The race started off in an unusual manner with Kenya’s Reynold Kipkorir – who was to eventually finish ninth – out on his own for much of the first 5km, passing the halfway point in 14:00 with the rest of the elite field staying around 70 metres in arrears. 

However, shortly after going through 5km, Worku changed gear and started to rapidly tow the leading men back to Kipkorir before going past him just before the 6km point and then increasing the pace further.

Kipkorir Kimeli continued running just behind Worku for the next three kilometres, letting his Ethiopian rival do all the hard work as the pair gradually got back onto course record pace as they also put daylight between themselves and the rest of the men’s field. 

Worku still looked fresh as they reached the final kilometre but could not respond when Kipkorir Kimeli took the lead, with the latter almost sprinting like a middle-distance runner over the final 300 metres as the finish line approached in Bengaluru’s Sree Kanteerava Stadium. 

Kipkorir Kimeli crossed the line in 27:38 with Worku also inside the old record with 27:43 while the Kenyan pre-race favourite, and former world half marathon record holder, Kibiwott Kandie made up three places in the final two kilometres and came through for third in 27:57. 

By contrast, Ethiopia’s two-time reigning world champion 5000m Muktar Edris was never in contention for the podium and finished back in seventh. 

“Honestly, I was not expecting to get the course record. When we reached 5K, we didn’t think we will get the course record, in fact, even when we crossed the 7K-mark, I didn’t think we will make the record. But only when Worku pushed ahead, I picked up pace towards the end,” reflected Kipkorir Kimeli. 

The women’s race unfolded in a very different fashion to the men’s and Irene Cheptai took an even bigger slice out of the women’s course record which had stood to the late Agnes Tirop at 31:19 since 2018. 

After a super-fast opening two kilometres of 3:02 and 3:04, a quick time was always likely and the race was soon down to just three women at the front: Cheptai, Obiri and fellow Kenyan Joyce Tele. 

Tele started to lose contact with her compatriots in the fifth kilometre before Obriri, pushing the pace with Cheptai running in her slipstream, passed the halfway point in 15:15. 

Obiri led the race for the next two kilometres, going through 6km in 18:23 and 7km in 21:32, before Cheptai took her turn to push at the front for a kilometre as Obiri briefly went through a bad patch. 

However, Obiri soon recovered her poise and regained the lead just after embarking on the penultimate kilometre. 

The Kenyan pair carried on their enthralling head-to-head battle but with just 250 metres to go, Cheptai darted past Obiri and was never headed before crossing the line in a personal best of 30:35, her first time inside 31 minutes. 

Obiri eased off once she knew the race was lost but still came home in an outstanding 30:44, also inside Tirop’s former course record, while Tele was a distant third in 31:47 to complete an all-Kenyan podium. 

“When we raced through an inclined patch on the route [just after 7km], I felt like Hellen’s pace reduced, that’s when I tried harder to take lead. But even when I entered the stadium for the final lap, I was fearing Hellen and kept pushing my speed to win,” commented Cheptai. 

Kipkorir Kimeli and Cheptai both took home first place cheques of USD $26,000 for their victories and course record bonuses of USD $8000.  

TCS World 10K Bengaluru 2022 leading results

Men

  1. Nicholas Kipkorir Kimeli (KEN) 27:38
  2. Tadese Worku (ETH) 27:43
  3. Kibiwott Kandie (KEN) 27:57
  4. Telahun Bekele (ETH) 28:02
  5. Yasin Haji (ETH) 28:03
  6. Emmanuel Kiprop (KEN) 28:18
  7. Muktar Edris (ETH) 28:31
  8. Mathew Kimeli (KEN) 28:34
  9. Reynold Kipkorir (KEN) 28:46
  10. Abel Sikowo (UGA) 28:59

Women

  1. Irene Cheptai (KEN) 30:35
  2. Hellen Obiri (KEN) 30:44
  3. Joyce Tele (KEN) 31:47
  4. Faith Cherono (KEN) 31:59
  5. Tariku Alemitu (ETH) 32:04
  6. Faith Chepkoech (KEN) 32:05
  7. Tesfaye Nigsti (ETH) 32:19
  8. Esther Borura (KEN) 32:29
  9. Pauline Esikon (KEN) 32:38
  10. Prisca Chesnag (UGA) 32:42

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