Marc Beer, the veteran Professional Pharmacist behind Renovia

Marc Beer is a renowned development and commercialization expert with more than 25 years of experience in pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, biotechnology, and related devices. In August 2016, together with Ramon Iglesias, Yolanda Lorié, and MD, Marc Beer founded Renovia. Immediately after unveiling Renovia, the firm closed a Series A financing with a leading healthcare oriented capital funds.

Renovia, a now well-known MedTech company based in Boston is oriented in developing a range of therapeutic and diagnostic products and services with the sole aim of treating disorders affecting the pelvic floor. Among its targeted pelvic disorders include urinary incontinence, which is a dominant disorder that troubles approximately 250m women across the world. Already, the first brainchild of Renovia, FDA, has received a go-ahead from FDA.

The startup company, steered by veteran pharmacists, chief among them, Mark Beer, is poised to move forward with its range of unique products. This is after closing a $32 million series B round. Further, the company secured an additional venture debt valued at $10 million. Also, Longwood Fund, an established healthcare investment firm that has invested in Renovia also joined the series B round. The resultant funding is expected to boost the testing and developing an innovative brand of Leva device.

Marc Beer, the Chief Executive Officer of Renovia, has expressed his support to Longwood Fund. According to him, both Renovia and Longwood Fund share a common objective: to provide better, affordable and, convenient treatment for women affected by pelvic floor disorders across the world. The Chief Executive Officer was optimistic that the union of the two companies would eventually lead to better services for their clients. The advanced services, he said, will be as a result of combined state-of-the-art technologies that will assist to deeply understand pelvic floor disorders and eventually bring down the cost of long-term care.

Mark Beer is a professional with valuable experience in the pharmaceuticals world. In 200, he was appointed the Chief Executive officer of ViaCell, a biotechnology firm that primarily deals in collection and preservation of umbilical cord blood stem cells. In a span of seven years, he led the company from a small firm to a significant player in the industry. Under Marko’s leadership, the company snowballed and went public in 2005 leading to its acquisition by PerkinElmer.

Mark is affiliated to the Miami University Business Advisory Council. He is also a former member of the Notre Dame Research and Commercialization Advisory Committee as well as the Notre Dame Graduate Studies Research and Advisory Council. He graduated from Miami University, Ohio with a Bachelor’s of Science. Learn more:

Clay Hutson Jack Of All Trades In The Tour Industry

Clay Hutson is hitting the road as production manager for Kid Rocks Red Blooded Rock and Roll Tour. The tour starts in August in Maine and goes across the country ending in November.


Clay Hutson was the Stage manager for Kid Rocks previous tour The American Rock and Roll Tour. The tour was a great success, and Clay Hutson was a big part of that success. He used his experience working as a stage and production manager to solve problems and keep up the teams’ morale. It is because of his great work as a stage manager that he has been asked to be a part of this new tour.


Being a production manager means organizing and coordinating the event. Clay Hutson has been hard at work preparing even as he has been finishing up working as the lead rigger for the Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hills Soul2Soul Tour.


The Kid Rock tour is said to be a fun summer event with lots of visual and pyrotechnic effects. What Clay Hutson is most excited for about the tour is the group of people he will be working and living with. Clay feels that this tour has a very good team that will make it a fun success.


Clay Hutson went to school at Central Michigan University and graduated with a bachelor’s in theater design and a masters in business administration. After graduation, he worked with many entertainment companies where he gained experience in sound engineering and production management.


After the recession took a toll on the company he was working for, Clay Hutson decided to start out on his own. He took all the experience and contacts that he had made working with other entertainment groups and started Ronin Event Creative.


Clay Hutson has worked with several musicians to help make their tours a success. He has worked for people such as Pink, Kid Rock, Garbage, and Guns and Roses. He has also operated One Republics rigging system on one of their most recent tours. Clay Hutson is a jack of all trades in the tour and entertainment business. Despite what role he may play in the tour he job is the same. To work hard and make sure that the tour turns into a big success.

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