Sciton’s Virtual Summit Gives Back

October 13, 2020

Sciton educates providers with its inaugural User Summit and gives back to a worthy cause “Because Results Matter.”

In its first virtual User Summit on September 26, Sciton Inc., medical and aesthetic laser and light manufacturer, shared clinical applications, treatment techniques, and industry trends with more than 750 attendees.

Sharing the digital stage with 17 industry leaders, the virtual event, which can be viewed on demand through the month of October, provides education and insights on the future of the aesthetic specialty.

Sciton’s Social Justice League donated all ticket sales from the summit to The Few Initiative for Children, according to the press release.

The company’s Social Justice League is a newly formed team of employees, physicians, and industry providers seeking to create meaningful social change by upholding Sciton’s motto of, “Because Results Matter.”

"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, Sciton CEO, in the release. “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."

The Few Initiative for Children, a 501(c)(3) organization, was founded by Dr. Julius Few in 2013 and seeks to empower Chicago’s inner-city youth through after-school and summer programs, events, and opportunities designed to instill communication and leadership skills. The initiative also supports academic efforts, according to its website.

To date, Sciton’s Social Justice League has donated $42,000 to The Few Initiative.

Tickets to view the on-demand summit are available to purchase throughout the month of October, with all proceeds benefiting the Few Initiative.

"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," says Julius Few, MD, founder of The Few Initiative For Children, in the release. "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."