About this episode:
In this episode, James speaks to Minda Aguhob, chief people officer and co-founder of Vytality Health, a social app for co-caring. It provides physical and emotional support through personalized communities of support and customized information. The idea was born after Minda was involved in a serious cycling accident that resulted in her living through eight months of “torment and torture”. As her loneliness developed into depression, she realised we need a better way of communicating and connecting with friends and family when struggling with major health issues. Minda believes tech has the power to build stronger communities, create more relevant relationships and improve social connections. Fuelled by her passion and motivation, Minda explores the importance of Vytality Health in allowing people to effectively communicate their ‘why’, not only when they fall ill, but as a preventative measure too.