The Creation of LiveSpo International
Chan and Christine founded LiveSpo International in 2019 to establish and expand new sales and distribution channels for ANABIO’s probiotics as well as propel other surging Vietnamese biotech products on a global level.
Most of LiveSpo International products have long been acclaimed, established and extensively customer verified in the region of Asia which we aim to export globally for the benefit of other global communities.
In Vietnam, the company is otherwise known as LiveSpo Global, founded by Ha Duong and Andy Hung to serve and provide for the local market.
The Billion-Dollar Startup
Spohalo Probiotics PTE. LTD. has recently been incorporated in Singapore as the first biotech startup focused on spore-based microorganisms.
The startup is continuously pursuing other natural health products and alternative approaches in dealing with certain diseases. Spohalo Probiotics formally replaces LiveSpo to become the global entity in R&D, manufacturing, and distribution of health products derived from liquid spore-based bacteria.
Spohalo products, bearing the trademark of Spohalo and LiveSpo, are now sold in 30 countries worldwide to more than 30,000 customers.
Starting from The Microbiome
Chan Pham met with Dr. Hoa Anh Nguyen, Ph.D. in Molecular Biology at Tohoku University, Japan.
A pioneer in spore Probiotic technology, in 2010, Dr. Anh established ANABIO Research & Development,
the second manufacturer in the world to successfully produce microorganisms like Bacillus probiotics for human use, utilizing the application of sustainable mixtura-formed Probiotics spore production with high concentration, time durability, and heat resilience.
The founder's vision
CEO, David Chan Pham
If antibiotics are considered one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century,
then pre-activated probiotics are one of the greatest inventions of the 21st century
Spohalo Probiotics aims to become the first biotech startup in the world
to directly address and reduce the use of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance, categorized by the WHO as “one of the biggest threats to global health, food security and development today”.
Replacing antibiotics with probiotics would not only address antibiotic resistance but also fortify human health.
The founder’s vision is to bring microorganisms and apply biotechnology to all aspects of life in the 21st century, reaching beyond sectors of human health to agriculture, aquaculture, and even consumer products.