Local flavour: How condom marketers are making their bid

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Some of their brand names are as colourful as their product range, but that’s not the only reason for the popularity of regional condom marketers.

Bharat buys condoms, it doesn’t buy brands,” says Anupam Ghosh, proprietor of Anondita Healthcare, a Noida-headquartered manufacturer of surgical and household gloves, as well as the product for which it is perhaps better known in northern India. Anondita sold some 117 million pieces of condoms last fiscal year, making it the largest regional condom player in India. The apparent distrust in branding, though, hasn’t stopped Ghosh from resorting to some not-so-subtle labelling of the three... Read more

Reshant Ghosh: A young genius commanding Anondita Healthcare to greater heights of glory

Widely admired for his dynamic approach and youthful energy, Reshant Ghosh, Director, Anondita Healthcare, is spearheading his company to a fast trajectory of growth.

Winning industry accolades in his prime, he is a role model and a great source of inspiration for young and upcoming entrepreneurs.

Anondita Healthcare, India’s leading condoms and surgical gloves manufacturer, has successfully captured a sizeable market share in India and overseas. Steered by Mr. Reshant Ghosh as Director, Anondita Healthcare has successfully been able to bring condoms in the mainstream among the youths, making them lifestyle products with some of the brand names as colourful as their product range... Read more

Striving to save the community

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has brought the whole world to its knees and prevention is the only best known cure of this highly infectious disease.

In this context, manufacturing of personal protective equipment such as facemasks and gloves on a mass scale assumes critical importance.

Even the world’s largest economies cannot afford to remain in lockdown forever. Hence after the continued lockdown of more than two months, finally India has decided to gradually open up its economy. With this have emerged even the larger challenges like how to protect yourself and others against coronavirus infection while continuing with your daily livelihood needs and uninterrupted business schedules.While the government has allowed businesses to resume their operations though under strict guidelines, it’s only ‘we’ who are responsible for our own health and safety. Following COVID-19 protocols in the workplace and everywhere is an urgent necessity to prevent this highly infectious disease. For this, we require to follow all government guidelines on a regular basis.
Moreover, we are already on the verge of community spread of COVID-19, hence all of us should be extra cautious about taking all preventive measures such as maintaining a safe distance from everyone, washing hands often, using sanitizers, wearing a face mask and putting on gloves to prevent contamination.
Among all these, masks and gloves are among the most essential items. However, currently there is massive shortage of them given the vast population of the country. The situation is so grim that recently a group of doctors from one of India’s premier medical institutions had openly raised their voice against the shortage of masks and gloves by stating, “Not just claps, give us personal protective gear.” It’s more painful to know that healthcare workers have not been provided with adequate safeguards, exposing them to grave risks.
In such a scenario it is the moral responsibility of all the corporates to come forward and ensure their contribution in the fight against COVID-19 by manufacturing these vital items in abundance. The government alone cannot fulfil the requirement since masks and gloves are in short supply everywhere around the globe. The only way out is to establish more and more manufacturing units to ensure speedy supply of high-quality masks and gloves not only for the general public, but also for our corona warriors which include doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers, besides police and paramilitary forces.
Without securing supply chains of these items, we cannot even think of winning this long continuing battle against this pandemic. The government on its part should also find out ways to encourage companies from inside and outside the medical industry to help plug the face masks and gloves requirement gap. Here another larger responsibility falls on respective authorities to keep a check on unauthorised and low quality supply.On our part, at Anondita Healthcare, we are doing as much as we can to fill the gaps in the supply of protective gear. In view of the fast growing requirement, we have doubled the production of surgical gloves at our manufacturing facilities. Our employees are working in double shifts to contribute in the noble mission so that our corona warriors should not suffer from the paucity of safety equipment. Our production units are running day and night to produce surgical gloves. As a socially responsible firm, we understand that we have the responsibility to support our communities in the best possible way.