Sanjay Shah Helping Autism Patients

Sanjay Shah has been aiming at helping autism patients by running a charity program called Autism Rocks. He founded Autism Rocks in the year 2011 after his son was diagnosed with that condition. Shah wanted to consider other children who are suffering from autism and may not have the privileges that are possessed by his son. He, therefore, settled to starting something that would help the entire world of autism.
Autism rocks work by organizing concerts around the world. The concerts are then used as avenues for collecting money and raising awareness of autism. The money gathered from the autism show us used in autism research. Shah works in close cooperation with autism research organizations that aim improving health care for autism patients.
Shah has been successful in running his business. He is the owner of Solo Capital, which was founded two years before the founding of autism rocks. Shah also owns other firms in London where he was born and has been living. Shah went to Kings College whereby he studied medicine. After his studies, he went to work in an investment bank. The first investment bank that employed Shah was Meryl Lynch. This bank gave him the confidence needed to work for other investment banks and companies that offered financial investment services.
Sanjay Shah was working for some company until the year 2009 when the economic challenges experienced in the world made him redundant. He, therefore, settled in starting his company, and that marked the beginning of Solo Capital.
Among the other companies that are owned by Shah are Malta and Cayman Inc. All the businesses that are owned by Shah are working in the financial investment industry. It is because of the big experience he had earned in this industry that Shah was able to run the firms successfully.
Autism rocks have received the same management that Shah had given to his companies. This is the management theta saw Solo Capital and the other companies that he owned grow into international standards. He has been looking forward to getting more willing individuals to contribute to the foundation.