Articles by Rahil Rangwala
500 Million Indian Youth Need New Job Skills: Can the country’s entrepreneurs help?
Rahil Rangwala says by 2020, India will account for nearly a quarter of the global workforce, and the average age of India’s population will be 29 years (compared to 37 for the U.S. and China). But there’s a big opportunity for entrepreneurs to develop training that complements what employers offer in-house.
Paying for Health Emergencies: New research points to practical financial solutions for India’s urban poor
How do Indian families living in urban poverty pay for health care emergencies? A recent Michael & Susan Dell Foundation study of families in five Mumbai slums tries to answer that question. The results point to opportunities for entrepreneurs and established financial service providers to tap this underserved market and have a positive impact on the lives of India’s urban poor.
- Education, Health Care