Marc Beer is the father to Catharine Beer, Elizabeth Beer, and Nicholas Beer. He was born in 1965. He is also a sibling to Scott Beer and Michael Beer. According to records, Marc attended the University of Miami in Ohio where he graduated with his Bachelor’s degree. Before landing a job with Renova Inc. as their CEO, he worked at Erytech Pharma where he was a member of the board of directors. At the moment he is also with Miami University as part of the University Business Advisory Council, he is also a member of the board of directors at Good Start Genetics.
The company Marc Beer works at is involved in helping women with pelvic disorders with their treatment by providing the best devices for diagnosing such issues. The device is developed in a way that it allows a patient to be treated through monitoring usage and improvement in the pelvic floor during pelvic movement.
Marc Beer has produced $42 million, which includes $32million in series B equity, $10 in venture debt. All these financial assets are to be used to sustain clinical trials, product development pipeline, corporate development that may take place in the future.
With the improved technology and innovation at Renova Inc., patients now receive treatment options after discussing well the information. This in return not only provides information on the treatments but it also provides information on pelvic floor disorders. Pelvic floor a disorder is among the types of diseases that not only affects the patient’s immunity but also expensive and drains the patient financially considering it is a long-term disease.
The device that has been developed for the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor disorders can also help patients of urinary incontinence. This disease is common among women. The number stands at about 250 million globally. When the device is used in this case, it works through isolating and directing optimal movement of the levator plate. During the period at which the patient recovers the device collects data on their progress. Luckily the company’s first device Leva passed all the required clinical tests and was passed by FDA this year April.
Working together with Marc Beer to achieve this dream is Samantha Pulliam, Jessica McKinney, the VP of medical affairs as well as Jim O’Connor. In a recent interview when he was asked the secret to how far he has made it, he said that successful entrepreneurs do not let all for their emotions to guide their behavior and decisions. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcbeer