Continuing the second round of the eBay for Change video diaries, we are checking in again with Adi Kasliwal, co-founder of social enterprise, Personal Alarm Watch, to hear how he is finding the programme.
Personal Alarm Watch is a discreet, easy to use smartwatch for older people which enables the wearer to get help from a 24/7 monitoring team at the touch of a button. The watch not only has an impact on the individual wearer, helping them to be more independent and confident, but also on their families, who can rest assured that their loved ones have support in case of emergency.
With a mentor onboard, they have met up with people that can assist with their online presence and take it to the next level. Some of the most valuable advice so far has been little tips and tricks to improve SEO without having to invest huge amounts of money and to make a difference. They’ve also benefited from a PPC expert who has been able to take their paid marketing to the next level.
Having done a lot of the ground work and with implementation taking place now, over the next few weeks they’re looking forward to reporting back with the results and their aim to get a Personal Alarm Watch in the hands of many more who could benefit from owning one.
Personal Alarm Watch is part of the start-up side of the eBay for Change programme, you can watch previous video diaries here. And you can browse and purchase many items from eBay for Change businesses on the eBay for Change hub.