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Seemant Jauhari

Seemant Jauhari

Partner, Healthcare
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Seemant brings over 22 years of experience in healthcare innovation, business consulting, and strategy. Having led HealthXCapital since its inception, he has been instrumental in creating a smart connected capital platform for healthcare startups in the region. Previously, Seemant served as the CEO - Innovations & Research at Apollo Hospitals where he was responsible for spearheading initiatives related to scouting, evaluating, investing, and commercialising innovations. He also held director positions on the boards of several Apollo Hospitals joint venture entities specialising in bio-banking, cord blood banking, and clinical trials.

Prior to his work at HealthXCapital and Apollo Hospitals, Seemant gained diverse experience in business consulting at Ernst & Young, strategy and transformation at Nokia Solutions Networks, and IT consulting at Tata Consultancy Services.

Seemant is a graduate of the Indian School of Business (ISB) and has completed executive education programs from Berkeley-Haas and Recanti Business School, Tel Aviv. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology.

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