Global Stem Cells Group Signs Consortia Innovas, SA to Exclusive Representative Contract for Chile Territory

MIAMI (PRWEB) September 15, 2014

Global Stem Cells Group, Inc. has signed an exclusive representative contract with Consortia Innovas, SA, a Santiago, Chile-based health management, development and biotech company. Founded by entrepreneur Enrique Testart, M.D., Consortia Innovas focuses on helping patients gain access to the latest medical treatments regenerative medicine has to offer.

According to Global Stem Cells Group Founder Benito Novas, Testart searches the globe for innovative stem cell companies that fit in with the Chilean markets, and Global Stem Cells Group turned out to be a perfect fit. Innovas will be in charge of all Global Stem Cells Group divisions and programs in Chile, including patient recruiting through Regenestem, physician training and certification trough Stem Cell Training, and stem cell equipment and disposables sales through Adimarket.

Regenestem, Stem Cell Training and Adimarket are all subsidiaries of the Global Stem Cells Group brand.

Our main objective is to organize Chiles first symposium on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine in Santiago in early 2015, Novas says. Our new alliance with Consortia Innovas will allow us to establish our brand as the leader in regenerative medicine therapies in Chile.

The first annual Global Stem Cells Symposium is scheduled to take place in Buenos Aires Oct 2, 2014, to be preceded by an intensive two-day hands-on training course in stem cell harvesting, isolation and applications Sept. 27 and 28 at Santiagos Innovas facilities.

The key to Global Stem Cells Groups strategy to expand into foreign markets by recruiting local representatives and distributors like Consortia Innovas to help manage the companys growth in a specific geographic area. Global Stem Cells group requires any company under consideration for the expansion program to have more than five years experience in the health care industry with at least some experience in the field of regenerative medicine .

In addition, geographic alliances require a commitment to a number of stem cell training courses during a one-year period, certification of physicians, and willingness to organize a large medical meeting or symposium in their territory.

To learn more about the Global Stem Cells Group alliance with Consortia Innovas, SA, visit, email bnovas(at)stemcellsgroup(dot)com, or call 305.224.1858.

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