When Sunny Singh founded healthcare technology company Edifecs in 1996, he built it into a "unicorn" with more than 350 customers and 215 million lives under its belt.
Twenty years later, he founded another company, RoundGlass, to promote "Wholistic Wellbeing," he tells the American Bazaar.
Singh says he "was aware of this profound connection even while heading Edifecs, a healthcare technology company I set up in Seattle in 1996. During that time, I became intimately familiar with the healthcare system," he says."I realized that it was hinged on providing'sick care' instead of the preventive aspect of health."
So he started RoundGlass in 2014 to "democratize Wholistic Wellbeing across dimensions such as physical, mental, spiritual, financial, professional, social, community, and planetary." Singh says he wants to "bring the ways of means of living a life of Wholistic Wellbeing to people across the world."
In an interview with the Bazaar, Singh describes his entrepreneurial journey as "a rollercoaster ride, complete with ups and downs, as well as a humbling learning experience. It is vital to be empathetic to people around you, to listen to your team, and to forge real connections with them," he says.
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