Medicover Poland and Patronite join forces

Medicover Poland and Patronite join forces


Medicover Polska has started cooperation with Patronite – an online platform that connects creators with people who support their work. As part of the collaboration, a special offer of medical care for creators has been prepared. There will also be competitions for members of the community with annual healthcare packages as prizes.

For Medicover Polska, the cooperation with Patronite creates new opportunities for reaching out to young businesspeople.

Medicover Polska has been providing medical care for small and medium-sized companies for years. However, internet creators who constitute the Patronite community are a unique kind of entrepreneurs. We are glad that we will have an opportunity to provide this group of young enthusiasts, artists and innovators with patronage of a special type. We hope that our medical care will support their work in a significant way, while we will gain valuable experience thanks to this collaboration.

Maciej Malenda, Director of International Development and Innovation at Medicover

We choose our partners very carefully. We believe that adequately orchestrated actions can benefit our authors and platform partners. The cooperation with Medicover is a very gratifying distinction and an opportunity to show that we not only care about our authors in terms of e-patronage, but we also have a broader perspective – this time by providing them with access to quality healthcare.

The collaboration between Medicover Polska and Patronite began on 01 June 2018 on an indefinite period basis.

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