Sciton, manufacturer of medical and aesthetic lasers and light source technologies, took its 2020 User Summit virtual on September 26th. The event, which provided education on clinical applications, effective treatment techniques and industry trends, was attended by more than 750 medical professions. It featured a total of 17 industry leaders who shared the digital stage and provided educational insights on everything from treatment techniques to marketing, to discussion on the future of the field.
In light of the economic uncertainty experienced by many here in the U.S., Sciton is donating revenue generated by 2020 Virtual Summit ticket sales to The Few Initiative for Children on behalf of Sciton’s Social Justice League. The Social Justice League is a newly formed team of Sciton employees, physicians and industry providers aiming to create meaningful social change in an effort to uphold Sciton’s motto, “Because Results Matter.”
Sciton’s Social Justice League has donated $42,000 to The Few Initiative for Children, a non-profit founded in 2013 by Dr. 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,” said Dr. Few. “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.”
Tickets to the Summit will be available for purchase with On-Demand viewing throughout the month of October. All proceeds will continue to benefit The Few Initiative.
“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," said Sciton CEO, Aaron Burton. "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."