Sabera Sarwar Nina , founder and CEO of Lifetech, A DotCom Magazine Exclusive Interview

Sabera Sarwar Nina is the founder and CEO of Lifetech, Sabera is a thought leader, influencer, visionary, and successful entrepreneur. Sabera provides the leadership and energy that has inspired the creation of Lifetech.
Sabera Sarwar Nina joins other leading Bestselling Authors, International Speakers & entrepreneurs, CEOs, and Founders taking part in our Leader Roundtable Interview Series. The DotCom Magazine editorial team is delighted to have Sabera join us for our Leader Roundtable Interview.

Sabera Sarwar Nina is the founder and CEO of Lifetech. Sabera Sarwar Nina is a thought leader, influencer, and risk taker who represents the creative spirit and energy of Lifetech. Sabera is a robotics genius which, along with her incredible business skills and kind spirit, allowed her to achieve great business success while also doing humanitarian work. Due to the company’s success, Lifetech’s story is very interesting, which is why we are really excited about this whole interview that we are going to have with Sabera since it would be very beneficial for readers all over the globe and it might even serve as a great inspiration for other inventors and creative people.

Sabera, thank you so much for providing time for this interview, despite your busy schedule, in order to answer some questions about leadership, your vision, and your passion.

Q: Can you describe what the “elevator pitch” for Lifetech is?

My company’s mission is to supply high-tech devices and equipment to the healthcare industry. Because of the importance of healthcare in all communities, many health-related organizations, hospitals, and clinics contact us on a regular basis to request equipment and medical robots to guarantee the efficiency of their services and the comfort of their patients. Since many patients’ life and health are dependent on the equipment we supply, we are doing our best not only to make the best robots for profit, but also to save lives.

Q: Many of our readers are just starting to build a company. What advice can you give Founders just starting out regarding keeping a company moving forward, and please tell us the key to your company’s success?

If you haven’t already, you will be overwhelmed at some point. Overwhelmed by all the things you believe you should be doing or knowing. If you have to study everything before making a decision, success would be difficult or seem far away, if not impossible to achieve. Make fast decisions on things that aren’t important, and focus your efforts on the things that will drive the business forward.

On top of that, it is important to maintain a focus on delivering for your clients/customers, and to make alignment of delivering value for your clients/customers with your internal organizational values and culture a top priority. You will be better placed as the company matures if you establish the norm, that alignment, early on in the company’s existence and work to expand that standard with it. This creates a fantastic growth limit. It assists us in locating, delivering value to, and maintaining excellent customers, as well as locating, recruiting, and retaining exceptional employees.

Q: For other entrepreneurs seeking to build a business as successful as Lifetech, what advice can you give them when times get a little challenging?

Return to the fundamentals. Determine your target and work backwards to determine what you must do to accomplish it. Concentrate on what you can calculate, and throw the rest of the noise in a box to come back to later.

Q: How important is the commitment to client satisfaction at Lifetech, and how do you make sure your customers will become raving fans of your company?

Customer service is highly important to us and one of our core values. We wouldn’t have any clients if our clients aren’t satisfied. Also, a satisfied customer refers more customers to you, and this cycle is the most cost-effective way to expand your market. We do this by following through with our promises. While this seems to be an easy task, several entities fail to follow through.

Q: What is the one thing Lifetech does to have great communication with their customers?

We work hard to establish and maintain a continuous, two-way relationship with our customers. On top of that, we at Lifetech are doing our best to provide medical equipment that will improve the quality of the healthcare of patients on top of satisfying our clients. The truth is that every customer will encounter something they don’t think is right, but how we engage with them and work to resolve their problems makes a huge difference, and that is the case for our medical Robots since we continuously work on improving them in order to make them as reliable as possible.

Q: In today’s fast changing business environment, what do you do to keep up with the changes?

I keep up with the latest developments in the medical industry. I, on the other hand, am not a believer in change for the sake of change. Changes and emerging technologies are only implemented into our industry if they add long-term value.

Q: Can you recommend a book that has had an influence in your career? How did it influence you?

When it comes to books, the list is way too long to be mentioned. Still, for my field, I would recommend reading electrical engineering books in addition to robotics and, for additional value, take a look at books related to the field you want to employ your robots in. That was the way in which I got my inspiration and managed to get ideas for medical robots.

Q: What is your “Why”? Why do you get up in the morning, and how do you keep yourself at peak performance to lead Gateway Multifamily Group?

With our business, we have a very cool, one-of-a-kind opportunity in that there’s a lot of profit to be gained, but also more virtuous potential with what we’re working on. We’re assisting healthcare facilities in saving lives and also helping people achieve a better quality of life through our medical equipment. That by itself serves a big push for us to go forward

Q: In one sentence, can you tell us what the most important thing about being a leader is?

It’s important that everybody on your team gets to feel valued so that they can be on board with your vision and be willing to go above and beyond to help the vision succeed.

Q: In one sentence, can you give some advice to fellow entrepreneurs wishing to build a company as exciting as Gateway Multifamily Group?

People will not follow you unless you are passionate about what you are creating.

Q: In three words or less, what makes a successful CEO?

Creativity and persistence.

Q: Describe Lifetech in one word?

Future.

Q: Describe Lifetech customers in one word?

Smart.

Q: What one attribute do you look for when hiring an employee for Lifetech?

Dedication.

Sabera Sarwar Nina , thank you so much for participating in the DotCom Magazine Leader Roundtable Interview Series. We appreciate you participating in this important roundtable interview series, and helping our readers learn more about what it takes to build a great company and become a great leader. We wish you, your family, and of course Lifetech, nothing but the best.