In 2021 we celebrated 20 years of providing U.S. pharmaceuticals to the international healthcare community. From humble beginnings as a bootstrapping start-up, we’ve grown into a multimillion-dollar company serving healthcare facilities and bridging the treatment gap for 1000’s of patients worldwide.
We love what we do, we adore our customers and we enjoy our teammates each and every day!
We know our past and future success is due to the individuals that make up the One-World Team. To support continued individual and company growth, we created the One-World Innovation Lab. Headed up by Chris Hanks, the lab is an opportunity for team members to provide input on innovative process improvements while learning entrepreneurial leadership skills.
Providing donations to a range of community non-profits including:
Committed to minimizing our environmental impact by:
Chris leads the One-World Innovation Lab. He is also the founder and executive director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship, one of the leading think tanks in entrepreneurship.
We conduct our business with the highest level of integrity by honoring our commitments and treating our business partners and each other with respect. We believe in building open and honest long-term relationships and value the opportunity to help people live longer, better lives.
We have all been touched by life altering health conditions and always consider the needs of the patients through our work. This drives the superior level of our service, the highest quality of product care, and our ambition to extend our patient reach into the farthest regions of the world.
One-World is consistently recognized regionally and nationally for business growth.
We have been a recipient of the Globe Award five of the last six years for rapid expansion of our international client base.
International Expansion awards:
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020
2013, 2016, 2017
Prior to this, Chris served as the founder and executive director of the entrepreneurship center at Kennesaw State University. His longest service in academia was as the founder and director of the entrepreneurship program at University of Georgia after leading entrepreneurship education at Georgia State University. In addition to teaching multiple undergraduate and graduate courses in strategy, leadership, and entrepreneurship, Chris has helped develop entrepreneurship programs for sixteen universities and led the International Entrepreneurship Institute.
Since 2001, Chris has taught executives from a variety of industries through formal and customized MBA programs. He is incredibly passionate about teaching and has led over 250 sessions with leadership teams outside of graduate programs.