Industrial & Manufacturing Company

Biologics Modular, LLC

500%

Funding Goal $500,000
Funding Raised So Far $2,500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $0
Funding Type Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Company Overview


Biologics Modular designs and manufactures DeploReady modular facilities to serve as self-contained bio-repositories, bio-manufacturing sites, and research suites for health service providers, educational facilities, and pharmaceutical manufacturers. We are seeking $500k in funding to support our commercial launch of our biomanufacturing suites and biorepository platform.

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Business Summary


Company Age 4 years, 7 months
Employees 12
Sub-Industry Metal Fabrication
Prior Year Revenue
Current Year Revenue
Next Year Revenue

Products/Services


Biorepository

Self-Contained Portable Biorepository based on our modular platform is used to collect, store, process, and distribute biospecimens for scientific research and clinical uses.

Biomanufacturing Suite

The Biomanufacturing Suite is designed and implemented as a pre-constructed, pre-tested structure or “module.” Depending on the user requirements, delivery of the module to the customer location can be accomplished in less than 20 weeks. By pulling forward certain procurement and fabrication steps, delivery can be achieved in as little as 10 weeks.

Management


President Executive Officer
Clark Byrum, Jr.

Clark Byrum, Jr., President/CEO – 15+ years leadership and management experience in investment banking and bank management. Advised over $660 million in transactions at Ross Sinclaire & Associates and oversaw investment and trust operations and institutional investments at American State Bank.
BS Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.
Recently: Investment Banker, Ross Sinclaire & Associates (Indianapolis, IN).

Vice President Engineering
Chris Wernimont

Chris Wernimont, P.E., VP Engineering/Operations – 20+ years pharmaceutical drug substance and drug production with management experience in operations, project management and engineering at Eli Lilly & Co and Project Technologies, Inc.
BS and MS Chemical Engineering, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
Recently: Engineering Manager, Eli Lilly (Indianapolis, IN), President, Project Technologies, Inc. (Indianapolis, IN).

Acting/Interim Counsel/Legal Officer
Matthew Macaluso

Matt Macaluso is a founder of Keller Macaluso where he leads the entrepreneurial and business services groups and advises businesses, including sports and motorsports businesses, closely-held entrepreneurial businesses, banks, and emerging growth companies with transactional and contract matters. He earned his juris doctorate, cum laude, from the Valparaiso University School of Law in 2001 and his B.S. from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University in 1995. Prior to founding Keller Macaluso, Matt practiced at a large Indianapolis-based firm from 2001-2009.

Consulting Engineering
Mark Nordemeyer

Enterprise Electrical and Mechanical, Indianapolis, IN, Mechanical Engineering Manager
Responsible for all mechanical and plumbing design staff, coordination with the design-build estimators, point of contact with field staff for construction coordination, performed LEED commissioning, HVAC and plumbing design.
Odle McGuire & Shook, Indianapolis, IN,Director of Engineering
Responsible for all MEP engineering activities, hired outside consultants, construction observation, HVAC and plumbing design, construction cost estimation and client relations.
Meier Engineering, Indianapolis, IN,Co-owner
Responsible for all facets of business operation: accounting, sales, design, project management, client relations.

Vice President Business Development
Mike Katsis

The Sandstone Group,Indianapolis, IN, Principal-Business Consulting
Qtrac Software, LLC.,Indianapolis, IN, EVP/COO and Board Officer
The Stratford Companies,Carmel, IN, Director of Sales and Marketing & Business Development
Sun Industries, Indianapolis, IN Vice President: Sales and Marketing / Business Development / Partner
Federal Reserve Bank Of Chicago Indianapolis, IN / Chicago, IL, Business Development and General Manager
Gallo Winery, Inc.,Indianapolis, IN, Account Executive
Board Member
MBFH, Inc. 2011- Present
Qtrac Software, Inc. 2009-2011

Vice President Financial Officer
Charlie Hall

Charles Hall, Treasurer - 30+ years in accounting and financial management experience while at The Statesman Group, Key Life Insurance Company, Hub States, LLC, and The Key Corp Corporation.
BS Accounting, Indiana University.
Currently: Treasurer, The Key Corporation (Indianapolis, IN).

500%

Funding Goal $500,000
Funding Raised So Far $2,500,000
Funding Commitments $0
Funding Remaining $0
Funding Type Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Documents


Contact


Biologics Modular, LLC

Brownsburg, IN 46112, US

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