Geographical focus: India, MENA, Pakistan
Saaya provides mental health solutions tailored to your culture: we help organisations and individuals.
$80-100 billion are lost worldwide due to mental health issues.
We bridge this gap by offering you access to mental health therapists and tools.
Date Founded 06/2018
Team Members 1 - 10
Business type N/A
Development Stage Prototype testing
Revenue generating Yes
Linked Institutions N/A
Currently fundraising ? Yes
Fundraising Amount: 101 - 250
Previous amount raised: 0
Mental Health solutions (for stress management through to illness) are : inaccessible inappropriate (for culture) unaffordable They cost organisations (universities, corporates), money and go unaddressed.
We plan to grow B2C and B2B : B2C: our portal is open to anyone who is seeking help, just fill form and start sessions with the counsellors who fit your cultural profile. B2B :giving corporations access to our counsellors online, since each organisation is multi-cutural, our counsellors are as well, understanding the nuances of individual employees, we help them through tough times and coach them through good times.
our competitors are relatively small in middle-east: www.shezlong.com in india: www.innerhour.com in pakistan: www.relive.now The competitors do not offer any B2B services to universities/corporates of NGOs, and do not cater across borders or cross-culturally. We intend to target Global Diaspora of B2C clients as well as local organisations
B2C: we take 15% cut off our counsellors (Our counsellors are on a sliding scale, with scale depending on client location) B2B: we are on a retainer with companies and take per-session costs beyond a certain level. we will also charge companies for insights/coaching on mental health. Counsellors will be paid a flat fee and we will take the rest.
B2C - client conversion: lots of signups, but converting to 1st session is slow. currently troubleshooting for greater uptake. B2B - finding the right connections across organisations to enable a sale, currently in talks with universities and Multi-Nationals (as Multi-nationals are already sold on mental health issue) In general: Funding to scale reliably and ensure we have a robust marketing team.