Naperville -September 6, 2018 – The Detroit Chapter of TiE today announced SAHAVE is included in the top twenty early-stage startup finalists of TiE20 AI Innovation 2018. The annual conference will be held on October 6, 2018 in Farmington Hills, Michigan. This year the event “Ignite2Disrupt: All About AI” will focus on the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the technologies that are drastically transforming the future of work in a positive way.
Radhika Raja, Outreach Coordinator made the announcement stating, “SAHAVE has been selected as one of the elite group of early stage startups out of hundreds of nominees. They have a chance to walk away with one of the TiE20 awards, and will gain exposure of hundreds of entrepreneurs and venture capitalists from across the nation.”
The annual TiECON conference and judging will be held at the Suburban Collection Showcase, Novi, Michigan on October 6, 2018. Details can be found by visiting: http://tiecondetroit.org/tie20.php.
The SAHAVE enterprise application addresses life-threatening blood shortages facing every nation on the planet. Designed with mobile-first, AI and Blockchain technology, the app offers real-time access to donors, integrates with local blood centers and hospitals, and eliminates the lag time in accessing available supply and / or donors.
In a statement, the Founder and CEO of SAHAVE, Pradeep R. Kandimalla said, “More than 1000 people face death due to blood shortages every hour of every day in the US and India alone. Imagine how many lives can be saved by having real-time access to life-saving blood supply.”
SAHAVE announced its global launch in June of this year, and is already working with India Red Cross in two states of the country, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It is currently in discussions with universities, hospitals, and blood services organizations in Illinois and Florida.
For information on SAHAVE, go to https://www.sahave.org.
David J Dunworth is the Chief Marketing Officer of SAHAVE™, The Platform for Social Change. When he’s not driving the social change revolution he’s perfectly pappy sipping on a coffee, reading and even perhaps preparing a gourmet meal. Known as The Over-Caffeinated Entrepreneur, David would rather work than sleep. After all he says, “Sleep is over-rated. There’ll be plenty of time for it when I’m dead.”