Healthy Life Area General Partner

Healthy Life Area Partners

  • Sberbank

    Sberbank is Russia’s largest bank and a leading global financial institution. Sberbank holds almost one third of aggregate Russian banking sector assets, it is the key lender to the national economy and the biggest deposit taker in Russia. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation is the founder and principal shareholder of Sberbank owning 50% of the Bank’s authorised capital plus one voting share, with the remaining 50% held by domestic and international investors. Sberbank has more than 145 million customers in 22 countries. Sberbank has the largest distribution network in Russia with almost 15,000 branches, and its international operations include UK, US, CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, India, China, Turkey and other countries. The Bank holds the general banking licence No.1481 issued by the Bank of Russia. Official websites of the Bank: www.sberbank.com (Sberbank Group website), www.sberbank.ru.



    Herman Gref — CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board of Sberbank of Russia
  • Telemed-Express

    A new, digital approach to primary health care: primary diagnostics and medical assistance on par with major clinics, in small and micro formats available at residential and work locations – 1 visit to 1 location in under 1 hour at an accessible price. This Russian breakthrough is unmatched by other global solutions due to the wide range of primary medical functions it is able to provide while keeping sizes and costs low. The unique integration of digital technologies in the Smart Mini-Clinic has allowed for the creation of the world's first ‘hybrid’ format of primary health assistance – a combination of offline and online device exams featuring the participation of any necessary specialists from remote partner clinics. It significantly reduces the size and cost of patient intake points while preserving, and even expanding, medical function compared to a traditional offline clinic, helping to address the chronic socioeconomic issue that is the lack of accessible, high-quality medical care near the places where people live and work.



    Sergey Gneushev — Consultant on management and marketing, investment and business development