We enable healthcare solutions.
Billions of people around the world in low-resource settings suffer from deep inequities in access to healthcare. Extraordinary technological solutions could address these inequities. Until now, many healthcare technology manufacturers have not been able to reach these global markets because they have been expected to create their own commercial infrastructure: channels, marketing campaigns, customer support, regulatory expertise, and more.
Our team at CoVelocity works with healthcare technology manufacturers to commercialize their lifesaving solutions to global markets. CoVelocity does this through its commercialization platform: a shared marketing, sales, and distribution infrastructure driven by deep expertise in global markets. By building a shared commercial platform, CoVelocity enables medical technologies to reach global markets to address inequity and drive better health outcomes.
Meet The Team
Dedicated to solving problems facing humanity with sustainable and scalable solutions. Ariel co-founded and led 3 social ventures over the past two decades: CoVelocity, MobileODT (AI-powered enhanced cervical cancer screening scaled to more than 42 countries), and the PresenTense Group (a franchise network of social venture accelerators that has helped launch over 1000 startups).
Father of 3, with a B.A in Economics and Political Science from Columbia University, a MPA (Masters in Public Administration) from New York University (NYU) in Management, and an MA from NYU in Jewish Studies.
Yael has led global partnerships focusing on the scalable and sustainable commercialization of medtech solutions in health systems globally. Yael started her career in international development, working with a number of international non-profits, specializing in the social impact of introducing new technologies to low-resource settings.
Yael lives in London with her partner and daughter. She holds a B.A. from Wellesley College and an M.A. from the IDC Herzliya.
A health entrepreneur at heart.
Alon has worked with emergency and refugee clinics, brought medical products from idea to distribution across the US and the world, supported and designed customer success experiences for medical technologies, and lobbied in Israeli Parliament against human trafficking.
Father of one, with a BA in Anthropology and currently completing an MA in Medical Antrhopology.