VIA Global Health Accepted Into the Prestigious MAN Impact Accelerator
“Working with the MAN Impact Accelerator and Yunus Social Business teams, and almost as importantly with the extensive mentor network with invaluable insights from their experience in the field, is an opportunity that will have an incredibly positive impact on VIA Global Health,” said Noah Perin, VIA’s CEO. “The wealth of knowledge that we’ve already been shared in just the first few days shows the impact that this accelerator can have on companies innovating in the global health and logistics space. I’m inspired by the other companies in our cohort who share VIA’s goal of positive social impact.”
The accelerator will kick off in Munich, Germany next month and includes attending GSBS 2018, and then continue on with workshops in Cape Town, South Africa, Bangalore, India and Silicon Valley/San Francisco, USA over the coming months as we work with our mentors to increase access throughout emerging markets to impactful health technologies.
VIA is joined in the cohort by Boxwise, Shopit, Breeze Technologies, Loop, Frontier Markets, K-ryole and Mobile Schools Health.
To learn more about VIA Global Health’s work with the MAN Impact Accelerator, please contact Noah Perin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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@example.com
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