LONDON, U.K. 19 March 2021— Sciton Inc., a leading manufacturer of medical and aesthetic lasers and light source technologies, looks to replicate the success of it's 2020 User Summit with a whole new lineup of experts speaking virtually on 10 April 2021 at 15:30 BST.
Sciton’s 2020 virtual User Summit saw record-breaking attendance and donated over $40k to The Few Initiative, a charity benefitting youth programs in Chicago, USA. In April's program, the giving is going global with the Doctors Without Borders cause added as an option to receive 100% of participant's admissions fees.
On 10 April, 14 industry leaders will share the digital stage and provide educational insights on everything from approach, to marketing, to discussion on the future of the field. Celebrated guest speakers will include Dr. Patrick Bitter Jr., Dr. Barry DiBernardo, Dr. Christian Subbio, Dr. Joel Cohen, Dr. Sean Paul and many more.
Through these unprecedented times, Sciton continues to be dedicated to continuously providing support to their team and users. While Sciton complies with all COVID-19 safety measures, the company continues to innovate with novel technology, diverse outcomes, virtual educational events, training and consistent communication via remote technology. Sciton CEO, Aaron Burton, commented, “Though this has been a trying year for aesthetic events, I am incredibly proud of our team, who put on a first-class educational event for our providers around the world. There is nothing more important than the safety, well being, and results our customers provide their patients. I’m equally proud that our team took this opportunity to partner with the Few Initiative for Children and support a great social cause.”
To date, Sciton’s Social Justice League has donated $42,000 to The Few Initiative for Children, a 501(c)(3) founded in 2013 by Dr. Julius Few, which raises funds and provides financial assistance for services, programs, and opportunities designed to support the academic efforts of Chicago’s inner-city youth.
“In the face of economic uncertainty with corporate and consumer wariness, it’s refreshing to see companies looking outside of themselves and giving to charity,” states Julius Few, MD, Founder of The Few Initiative For Children. “The Few Initiative is changing the dialogue by investing in tomorrow’s leaders today. We will continue to open doors to success with Sciton’s generous investment.”
Aligning with its commitment to accessible learning, tickets to the Summit on April 10 are available now at www.scitonsummit.com. All proceeds will benefit Doctors Without Borders and The Few Initiative.
Sciton, Inc., located in Palo Alto, California, is a totally employee-owned medical device company established in 1997 by co-founders Jim Hobart, Ph.D., and Dan Negus, Ph.D. Sciton is committed to providing best-in-class laser and light solutions for medical professionals who want superior durability, performance and value. Sciton offers aesthetic and medical devices for women’s health, fractional and full-coverage skin resurfacing and skin revitalization, phototherapy, vascular and pigmentation lesions, scar reduction, acne, body contouring, and hair reduction. Sciton operates worldwide with direct sales forces in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, United Kingdom and distributor partners in more than 45 countries. For more information and a complete listing of Sciton systems, visit www.sciton.com.
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The mission of The Few Initiative is to help Chicago’s youth through financial assistance for services, programs, and opportunities designed to teach communication and leadership skills and support academic efforts for life-long success. The Foundation raises funds through donations and events to provide grants to key at-risk youth programs. www.fewinitiative.org