Jan 21, 2018 | Latest News

VIA Among Select Group of Global Social Benefit Institute Accelerator Participants

VIA Global Health has been accepted into the 2018 Global Social Benefit Institute (GSBI®) Online Accelerator program – selected as one of the 21 finalists from over 350 applicants and 32 semifinalists. The GSBI® program, which is hosted by the Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University, aims to accelerate entrepreneurship to end global poverty and protect the planet.  As a recipient, VIA will receive 6 months of program support, mentorship, and access to a broad network of social entrepreneurs and impact investors in the 13th cohort of the GSBI Online Accelerator program.

“VIA’s business is growing 60% each quarter, and with accelerated growth in 2018, a program like GSBI will only help us to better prepare for and accelerate our significant growth to date,” said Noah Perin, VIA co-Founder and CEO. “It’s an honor to be recognized amongst the global health industry’s most innovative social entrepreneurs, and to be acknowledged for our scalable growth towards the goal of creating access to critical medical equipment for the markets that need it most – affordably and appropriately.”

The program begins January 2018, and you can contact VIA directly to learn more at [email protected].

VIA Global Health is reinventing the global healthcare supply chain with a vision to scale health innovation to the 6 billion people living in emerging economies. Leveraging our e-commerce and logistics platform, VIA connects global healthcare equipment suppliers to a network of verified local distributors – with a mission to create universal access to the tools that enable quality healthcare. For media inquiries please email [email protected]

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