Marc Beer is the co-founder of Renovia Inc. A start up company that specializes in medical technology. Specifically, medical products designed for women who are suffering from injuries or disorders to their pelvic floor at the moment. Renovia Inc is based out of Boston, Massachusetts and is currently developing four different pieces of technology that pertain to women’s pelvic floor issues.
The first product that Renovia Inc developed anD gained FDA approval for was Leva. A product that specifically alleviates urinary incontinence in women. The product was approved last year.
One of the company’s first investors was The Longwood Fund. An investor that is continuing to support Renovia Inc. The company plans to test up to five more products with the funding that it’s receiving and also releasing a second generation of Leva.
When asked about his feelings on the company’s current state, Marc Beer had positive remarks. He stated that he was not only comfortable, but happy to be working with such prominent investors in the medical world. He finds pride in his company’s work to help women. With millions of women afflicted with pelvic floor disorders, he sees his work as valuable and making a difference.
Marc and his company have been quiet about the exact nature of their products in development, but the company’s main focus is on helping women with pelvic floor issues. So, that’s good a place to start guessing.
Marc Beer has over a quarter of a century worth of experience in the development of medical technology. He co-founded Renovia Inc alongside Ramon Iglesias and Yolanda Lorie in the summer of 2016.
Besides his achievements with Renovia Inc, Marc Beer also founded ViaCell. A company with more than three hundred employees and specialized in the acquisition of stem cells from umbilical cords. The company was extremely successful, but Marc Beer left his position there in 2007 when it was acquired by PerkinElmer.
Marc worked his way up to being the founder and co-founder of multiple companies from the bottom. He received his education at Miami University and Oxford. His first roles were in marketing and sales. From there, he eventually became the Vice President of Global Marketing for Genzyme. This was all prior to creating his own company in 2000. Learn more : https://www.slideshare.net/MarcBeer