Sciton Donates Virtual User Summit Proceeds to The Few Initiative for Children

All ticket sales from the 2020 Sciton Virtual Summit were donated to The Few Initiative for Children. // Photo courtesy of Sciton

Manufacturing company Sciton’s annual User Summit went virtual for the first time on Sept. 26. More than 750 medical professionals attended the digital event, which featured 17 industry pioneers and leaders, including Jason Emer, M.D., F.A.A.D, Elizabeth Tanzi, M.D., and Julius Few, M.D. The speakers shared their expertise on a variety of topics, including ideal approaches, effective marketing, and the future of the field. 

Additionally, all ticket sales from the 2020 Virtual Summit were donated to The Few Initiative for Children, Few’s nonprofit organization, which seeks to set up Chicagoan youth for success by providing academic support, financial assistance, and various other programs. The donation was made on behalf of Sciton’s Social Justice League, a group of Sciton employees, physicians, and industry professionals dedicated to giving back to the community and aiming to uphold the company’s motto: “Because Results Matter.” Thus far, the team has donated $42,000 to The Few Initiative for Children.

“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,” says Aaron Burton, CEO of Sciton. “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."

 

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