WITH A MASTERS in IT from Vijaywada, an MBA from Rutgers University in New
Jersey, and 10 years at Verizon Wireless, one would have assumed Sadhu, 39, had
his professional life all charted out. Instead, he quit his job and invested his life’s savings in creating VESAG. Actual development of the device was primarily done by him; it was only when he
came upon specific requirements, “such as the
plastic injection mould needed for the watch”, that he brought other people in to work with him. In March
2011, Connected World magazine ranked the device the No 1 Connected Health
Devices in the world.