Interpath recognised as 2010 Business of the Year
Interpath was recognised by its peers as the 2010 CGU Commerce Ballarat Business of the Year. The award capped off a fantastic year for the business which also took out the University of Ballarat Technology Park Innovation and Technology Award, and the Small Business Award.
Interpath rose to prominence as the makers of Sashas Blend, Australias top selling veterinary joint health treatment for dogs. Interpath's managing Director Mr Daniel Bright said the success of the business had exceeded his "wildest dreams". The company supplies joint health products to the veterinary and human health markets all over the world.
Interpath is a research and development company formed in 1998 by husband and wife team Dan and Corina Bright. The company started out of a need to find a scientifically proven natural products to treat their own dog Sasha who had severe arthritis. After speaking with a number of vets looking for such a product they found nothing, so the business was born.
Interpath recently secured a deal with intervet-Schering/Plough Animal Health Asia Pacific for the sales and distribution rights of their new generation veterinary product lines. Mr Bright said " this deal enables Interpath to focus on its core strength of research and development in cellular and tissue inflammation and concentrate on getting revolutionary new products to both the human and animal health markets. Intervet-Schering/Plough Animal Health then have the resources and expertise to do the products justice in the market'.
The award was recognition for all the fantastic work its team had done to help drive the company to the exciting position it is currently in.
INTERPATH team photo.