For most who undertake them, fundraisers are often a tricky venture. Simply raising awareness of one’s cause can be exhaustive, physically and monetarily. Massive amounts of business, and make no mistake, fundraising is a business, are done on the internet these days. Without creativity, excellent timing, and a dash of luck, even the noblest of intentions can fail miserably.
Fortunately for women in the city of Boston, Marc Beer refused to take “no” for an answer.
For over a quarter of a century, Marc has excelled as an executive working at numerous companies; most were involved in biotechnological or pharmaceutical endeavors.
The fundraising he’s conducted is no different. One of his latest initiatives, Marc has involved himself in a fundraising project for a startup company (Renovia, Inc.) focused on increasing the awareness of, and potential to provide treatment for cases of a plethora of disorder of the pelvic region most commonly associated with women. The total amount of funds he’s helped accumulate is approximately 42 million dollars. Many researchers conclude that typical startup costs can range from $3,000 to over $100,000. With Marc’s typically zeal for high performance, it’s clear that he’s more than exceeded the average threshold. This will allow him to further refine the technology being applied in order to diagnose and treat illnesses affecting the pelvic floor region. As per the Cleveland Clinic, the pelvic floor is a region of the body in which are contained the organs necessary to facilitate a proper bowel movement. Dysfunction in this region is often characterized by inability to regulate the majority of the tightening and relaxing conducted by muscle fibers. Learn more:
Marc Beer’s credibility is untouchable after dozens of years in executive positions in businesses whose fields pertain directly and indirectly to the maintenance and improvement of technology designed to improve the quality of life. This drive is combined with the savvy to keep financial operations functional while pursuing groundbreaking processes which can and will serve generations for years to come. It is safe to say that this will not be the last milestone achieved by the ambitious and dedicated Mr. Beer.