Health-care Start-up Graphitto Labs to build innovative technologies

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Mumbai, August 2020 : Graphitto Labs, one of the India’s fastest growing heath care start-up based in Mumbai is betting big to offer innovative & newer technologies in the health-care sector in the country. In the recent months, the health care start-up has launched unique range of Protective equipment including Face Masks, PPE Kits, Oximeters etc amongst others. With the honourable Prime Minister’s call for Aatma Nirbhar Bharat, Graphitto Labs is focussed on creating products under Vocal for Local schemes and is planning to set up a state of the art research & innovation lab in the state of Maharashtra. The company has recently launched a new face mask accessory – “Masky” an ear protector band, that helps relieve the stress caused on your ears while wearing face masks. It intends to make wearing face masks comfortable for a longer duration.

Graphitto Labs has access to over 1000+retail outlets and over a million customers online. The company has offices in Mumbai and Delhi and is expanding its reach continuously by adding more channel partners to it’s network. Graphitto Labs has already sold over 20,000 units of Masky in less than one month of its launch and is now expanding the reach of the product in various other cities in India and have also secured orders from North America and MEA clients for exports.

“In this fight against Covid-19, we believe that each small innovation in the health space backed by extensive research is important. There has been an overwhelming response for our various products under Make in India scheme. In last 6 months, Graphitto has reached 22 states and have established a network of 1,000-plus retail stores. We are also proud to have served over 100+ well known hospitals and corporate within a short span of time,”said Kapil Jain, Founder & CEO, Graphitto Labs.

“Our vision is to be able to serve a billion Indians and ensure that high-technology enabled healthcare products are accessible and affordable to masses. Going forward, we will also be launching sensors enabled remote health monitoring medical devices. Keeping this in mind, we will further strengthen our research and innovations in the health care domain and work on further expanding clientele base and consumer reach, added Kapil Jain.

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