It’s been ten years already? As Environics turns ten this month, we have all been asking ourselves this question. When we started out, harbouring the dream of bringing good health to millions of people by protecting them against radiation
The journey till now has been adventurous, fun filled, but full of learnings for us as a team. We have grown in size as a team and hope that more people who share and believe in our vision and mission will join our team in the future and would enjoy the journey as much as we have in the past.
In the past decade, we have rendered our services in more than 2,200 establishments covering a land area of 250 sq. km (which by the way is 2 times the size of city of Jaipur!) and a built up area of more than 10 million square meters (which is much more than the area built by any of the real estate developers in India).
Our solutions have helped in improving the health and productivity of employees working in 21 out of the top 100 companies in India. We take great pleasure in our achievements but it would not have been made possible without the feedback of our clients that helped us improve our services, process and offerings on a continuous basis. We would like to thank them for their support.
As a result, we are now expanding into international countries through various distribution channels and have received a good response from markets in South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
With the increasing use of WiFi devices, the environment around us has drastically changed in the last 15 years with the exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) levels increasing by more than a hundred times, whereas our bodies are still the same! Also, the research done on the subject of EMR and its effect on human health has created some awareness, but it is still in a nascent stage. With the internet of things being the next phase of the internet, the future exposure to EMR’s is bound to go up.
Going forward, we would continue to build innovative solutions for businesses and individuals to keep them protected from radiation. For what keeps us getting out bed in the morning is the dream to protect the world against electromagnetic radiation. As John Lennon said ‘you may say I am dreamer, but I am not the only one…’