In 2012, Dan realized he would never be able to realize his full potential unless he was willing to risk more than he ever had before. He had a dream of improving the lives of people, because impacting people is what he enjoys most about business. He wanted to create and lead a company that revolves around a culture first, not monetary incentives. His ultimate goal is not financial means, but to be able to directly influence the constellations of lives surrounding 1,000 families of Velentium employees.
Dan believes that the key to differentiating Velentium from its competitors, beyond its values, is its thought leadership. He has built a senior leadership team of SMEs that are interested in not only doing what clients ask from them, but in asking challenging questions in order to create the highest quality products. Velentium employees are not “workers for hire,” they are “workers for cause.” His vision for the company starts with a culture that places the ability to provide life-changing therapy for patients ahead of the money.