Nebulae Global's Wheelchair Proof-of-Concept Clears Pathway for Multi-Billion Dollar Disruptor

THE SMART CHAIR is a novel wheelchair developed to achieve current modalities of manual and electric wheelchairs in addition to the transformative modality of offering full range motion, including lowering users on to and off of the floor.

Nebulae Global Benefit Corp. (Nebulae Global), led by Wanda L. Spence, CEO, confirms proof-of-concept for its patented wheelchair - THE SMART CHAIR. THE SMART CHAIR is a novel wheelchair developed to achieve current modalities of manual and electric wheelchairs in addition to the transformative modality of offering full range motion, including lowering users on to and off of the floor. THE SMART CHAIR is designed for individuals who use wheelchairs as a secondary aide and those that are wheelchair-bound. The targeted user group includes the elderly, quadriplegics, and amputee victims, as well as individuals with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson's disease, scoliosis, and cystic fibrosis. THE SMART CHAIR is inherently a disruptor because current data does not categorize Lowering & Lifting Off the Floor as a modality. Current wheelchairs on the market lack the ability to offer the full range of floor to raised positions or floor to standing positions.

Initial market analysis projects THE SMART CHAIR to be a multi-billion-dollar disruptor with the capabilities to positively impact the lives of prospective users.

Wanda Spence, CEO:

"Although our motivation is not just profit, investors can feel confident our device will be profitable. We've invested time and resources in making sure our technology works and is attractive to those desiring more independence as a result of their particular mobility issue. Also, advocates should understand that THE SMART CHAIR will be green and not negatively add to our current climate issues."

Nebulae Global has a goal of raising $2 to $5 million in capital to further develop and launch THE SMART CHAIR.

Stephen R. McDow, Executive Vice President, Strategy:

"Proof-of-concept says the chair is feasible and can be further developed. It's not 'pie-in-the-sky' thinking; rather, an empirically proven and science-based idea birthed from a very personal experience Wanda had. This is America and our desire to lead wheelchair innovation globally means millions of individuals with mobility issues will obtain greater equity in their daily living."

About Nebulae Global Benefit Corp.

Nebulae Global is guided by personal faith and the principles of cooperation to:

Provide individuals, families, and communities with innovative and beneficial products and services; Promote an inclusive society and economy representative of all people; Promote economic opportunity for individuals or communities to participate, beyond the creation of jobs and; Prepare entrepreneurs by providing business services, technical support, financial assistance, and R&D expertise to start-up and emerging social enterprises, traditional businesses, and non-profits.

Nebulae Global's founder, Wanda L. Spence, is the great-niece of Civil Rights daughter Delilah W. Pierce, an internationally renowned artist, curator, advocate, and diplomat - https://delilahwpierce.com/community-impact.

Media or Other Inquiries:

Jonathan Pizzutti: jonathan@nebulaeglobal.com

Stephen R. McDow II: stephen@nebulaeglobal.com

Visit https://nebulaeglobal.com for more!

Source: Nebulae Global Benefit Corp.

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