Louisville, KY – May 19th, 2017 – Endeavor Louisville announced today that Kyle Green, CEO & Co-Founder of Healthcare Asset Network was selected as an Endeavor Entrepreneur at the 71st International Selection Panel in London, England. Kyle Green was selected by a panel of global business leaders from six countries including Italy, Morocco, Egypt, Lebanon, Peru and England.
“Kyle is a brilliant entrepreneur with a strong work ethic. We are excited to welcome him to the global network of high impact entrepreneurs”, said Jackson Andrews, Managing Director of Endeavor Louisville. Kyle joins a select network of high-impact entrepreneurs from across the globe that in 2016 generated $10 Billion in revenues and have created more than 650,000 jobs.
Healthcare Asset Network (HAN) is an asset recovery and alternative sourcing platform that allows healthcare systems to buy and sell high-quality excess medical inventory, supplies, and equipment at competitive rates via its desktop and mobile applications. Independent studies have found that HAN’s platform shortens the selling time by 85%, and generates annual savings of $225,000 per hospital in asset recovery alone. Operating in the $40 billion medical global medical surplus market, HAN endeavors to become the platform for trading secondary healthcare assets in country, and aims for significant international expansion within the next three years.
HAN is the 6th Endeavor Entrepreneur led company selected into Endeavor from the Louisville region, joining Rivera Group (Joey Rivera, Ph.D), Red e App (Jonathan Irwin & Patrick Goodman), El Toro (Stacy Griggs), SkuVault (Andy Eastes & Slac Ivanyuk) and Edj Analytics (Sean O’Leary).
Upon selection, Endeavor Entrepreneurs are provided with access to mentorship, talent, markets and capital to help them scale up their companies, go big and ultimately give back to the local ecosystem and community. For entrepreneurs and business leaders interested in learning more about Endeavor Louisville, please visit EndeavorLouisville.org and Endeavor.org.
Kyle Green during one of his interviews at the ISP.