HNI-backed Fullife Healthcare Makes Talent Value Creation a Key Driver for its Growth Strategy

Thursday, December 14, 2017 General News
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MUMBAI, December 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Company places focus on

nourishing an infectious and positive work culture and crafts talent value creation to improve business performance, cultivate a thriving workplace philosophy

Fullife Healthcare Private Limited, a Mumbai-based

nutrition company known for its novel drug delivery, is positioning 'People' at the centre of its ambitious growth plan. The company, which is working to grow its revenue 6-fold over the next five years, has placed its 'People's Policy' at the centre stage for playing a key role in achieving its growth target.

Fullife is an ardent believer in having strategic insights into their employees' state of mind. It is using this insight to proactively match the right talent to each purpose, so as to effectively respond to trending demands of the marketplace. "At Fullife, we believe in talent value creation emanating from improved productivity and better retention of key staff members. These efforts have helped us build a band of high-performing employees that deliver an outlier performance," stated Mr. Varun Khanna, Fullife's Director of Business Development.

Backed by marquee investors - Mr. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, a well-known ultra HNI investor, and Mr. Satish Khanna, Former President of International Business at Lupin, Fullife is a preventive healthcare company specialising in novel drugs, using proprietary effervescence technology it obtained in 2011 through the acquisition of Switzerland-based Company - Novelty Pharma. With a focus on 'preventive healthcare and active living', Fullife has curated a unique product portfolio based on an effervescence delivery format. It's OTC and prescription-based products have been accepted by nearly 22 markets across the world. It also has plans to deepen its presence within the developed and high-value advanced markets of USA and Europe. The company expects its international business to more than double to Rs. 35 crore by FY2018, from Rs. 15 crore in FY2017. This, it feels, will further multiply 5-fold by FY2022, to comfortably cross Rs. 175 crore.

Hiring People Who Fit the Culture The chief architect of Fullife's dynamic work culture is its Director, Varun Khanna, who likens the company to an ecosystem that thrives in a highly positive and supportive environment. Fullife is indeed a combination of youth and experience, of creativity and delivery. "We all know how culture drives people to want to work at a specific workplace. We keep optimising our vocational philosophy to ensure that we remain an ethically sound company, and that we are able to thrive through multiple opportunities in a complex market environment," added Varun Khanna. Fullife's way of 'thinking different & big' nurtures a culture that looks to pioneer, disrupt and affect fundamental shifts in the marketplace. It identifies individuals consistent with these values as excellent fits to the organisation. "Our original team that banded together at the time of inception in 2011 continues to be intact at Fullife today. This stands testimony to the fact that we treat staff like the wonderful human-beings that they are, not as simply hiring transactions," stated the CEO, Mr. Snehal Shah.

Having Employees understand Values & Mission Fullife's corporate values are indeed endearing. Its motto is to acquire business at the right cost, but never at the cost of dignity. Since healthcare is all about feeling great from within, that is precisely the kind of environment the company strives to create. It takes great pains to see that its healthcare business is not perceived as 'boring and disease-driven'. Employees generally crave to create something good and have a meaningful impact. Fullife's approach enables them to fulfil this larger aspiration, while also being entrepreneurial in introducing innovative ideas each day for improving the company's performance. 

Enhancing Employee Experience Fullife doesn't have a formal dress code. Employees are free to wear the outfit they are most comfortable in. Hence, it is not an uncommon sight to see an important meeting with most people clad in jeans, shorts and tee-shirts. "I find dress codes very stuffy and don't think what you wear defines who you are," adds Varun Khanna. With a 'wear-what-is-comfortable culture' and music playing through the day, Fullife ensures 'having fun and working hard' are plain synonyms for its work culture.

A key aspect of the organisation is also 'the environment of positivity' at its offices. These include alluring features such as an exotic tea menu inspired by travels, and poster print coasters inspired by Bollywood. Being a healthcare company, it also instills the attitude of a healthy lifestyle - one with the right nutrition, balanced with enough exercise. No wonder then, employees frequently engage in health-related activities, such as impromptu relay races in the corridor, striking a healthy balance between work and health.

About Fullife Healthcare Private Limited:

Mumbai-based Fullife Healthcare Private Limited is committed to revolutionise health management through trending innovation, global alliances and an asset-light, smart-manufacturing business model. The company brings a fresh perspective to healthcare management, in which 'prevention is the new cure'. Fullife's growing portfolio of clinically-approved, branded, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and cosmeceutical OTC products - are available in 22 countries across the globe, including India. Fullife's flagship brand 'FAST&UP' has gained wide acceptance by the rapidly growing up-market consumer segment, that comprises discerning users who believe in an 'active living' lifestyle.

Visit:http://www.fullife.co.in/

For more information, please contact: Fullife Healthcare Private Limited Varun Khanna +91-98200-10632 varun@fullife.co.in

Dickenson Financial PR Mehul Mehta +91-98202-80325 mehul.mehta@dickensonir.com

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