Livac Pty Ltd CEO, Dr Anabela Correia, shares her insights into working with distribution partners to achieve success and grow into new markets.
The path to technology commercialisation is one that is well-documented and well-worn: unmet need leads to an idea, proof of concept built, asset protected, business plan developed, funding obtained, strategic partnerships formed, and the branded product is launched into market. These days anyone with the right idea and the right guidance can become an entrepreneur.
Article by Louise Weihart – mergermarket, Sept 2019
Livac, a privately held Melbourne-based Australian developer of devices to support minimally invasive surgery (MIS), is actively seeking AUD 6m (USD 4m) from new investors to support US market entry, said CEO Anabela Correira.
The Surgeon Turned Inventor – Article by Tan Zhai Yun, April 2019
Dr Philip Gan, a Malaysian-born surgeon based in Australia, is on a mission to make surgery less painful and invasive. Over the years, he has observed how certain procedures and traumatic for patients and wanted to do something to change this.
The Women Smashing STEM – Article by Hannah James & Kate Wills, Elle Australia, April 2019
Dr Anablea Correia is here to remind you that if you don’t know what you want to do when you grow up (even if you’re already grown up), that’s okay. “When I started my PhD in Medicine at Monash, I had a love of the human body and human health and I wanted to improve people’s quality of life. I was also raised in business, working in my parent’s shops.”
Article by Sarah-Jane Tasker, The Weekend Australian 6-7 October