Dr. Mark McKenna is a qualified doctor who chose business over medicine. He graduated from Tulane School of Medicine in 1999 and started his real estate company. The New Orleans native practiced medicine alongside his father while he built his business on the side. In 2005, Hurricane Catrina swept his business, and he lost millions of monies. He tried rebuilding it but later dissolved it and moved to Atlanta where he started ShapeMed a group of offices that specialized in cosmetic treatments.
Dr. Mark McKenna sold out his business to lifetime fitness, a big box gym run by the general public and was employed as one of the staff in 2015. A year later, two prominent private equity companies bought lifetime fitness, and he quit because he couldn’t agree with the corporate’s cultures. He revealed to Forbes that he didn’t want to help someone build their brand and that’s why he opted to sell off ShapeMed and turned down offers of being a medical director to any of the entities.
He has a new expedition, OVME, that has brought in the concept of his old business but is applying the use of apps to connect his medical practitioners with clients. Dr. Mark McKenna told Susan Adams of the Forbes that he would outsource doctors from plastic surgery society gatherings and medical trade shows. His idea was to target middle-level practitioners who would carry out the procedures. He has developed his clinic on 1500sq feet on the ground and has a modern finishing with private wings to give their customers a customized and personal experience. OVME will have membership packages with fair pricing to attract and maintain clientele.
In his Spirit of philanthropy, Dr. Mark McKenna came up with this idea as a way of giving back to the community that gave him so much. Under his guidance, the organization is already set to work in partnership with Make-a-Wish Foundation to help children live their dreams. On behalf of OVME, he pledged that a portion of all their returns from procedures done and product sales will be sent as donations to the foundation to help spread the joy of giving and kindness.
Those who reside in the San Diego and La Jolla area are now able to receive gluteal implants and enjoy the peace of mind that they deserve. Mark Mofid has taken the time and effort to make sure of it. While gluteal implants may receive a bad rap in certain quarters, Mark Mofid is doing everything in his power to eliminate this point of view.
Most of the time, the idea of a gluteal implantis something that tends to be associated with the concept of medical malpractice. That is why Mark Mofid is now taking the time to change things for the better. As someone who is Harvard educated (as well as Johns Hopkins), it is impossible to dispute the fact that he knows exactly what he is talking about.
In addition to being formally trained, he also prides himself on being an innovator of sorts. He adheres to all of the medical practices that are guaranteed to be safe and when patients request certain implants, he is always there to help.
Patients might be willing to spend more on a larger implant but this is not something that Mark Mofid is ever going to take advantage of. He only engages in the safest of practices and he remains on the cutting edge of the industry at all times. That means he is dedicated to finding out more about the safest practices that can be used and he will never allow himself to fall behind the times.
The innovations that Dr. Mofid relies upon are supported by scientific research and he has spent over eight years working on them. Once he became a part of the industry himself, he knew that there was a great deal of room for improvement. The past implants caused the body to experience great difficulty.
He decided to make the necessary changes and offer patients the chance to try something new. Dr. Mofid has spent years learning and now that he has done the proper research? He is going to open up a whole new world of awesome options to all of the interested residents of the San Diego/La Jolla area.
The cosmetic company Lime Crime has come to a decision to launch their product in Beijing, China as a response to how well the brand is taking off in the U.S.
Global General Manager for LimeCrime, Kim Walls, had discussed the topic at a conference in Los Angeles at the National Retail Federations shop.Org. Walls discussed how, based on her previous experience, selling the product in any other way may not be ideal for the interest of the company.
One of the bumps in the road that had come up was around Animal Testing. Since Lime Crime is a Vegan cosmetic brand, they would not be testing any of their products on animals. If the products were to be sold Wholesale, it was mandated the the product must be tested on animals. This could be avoided, but only if the products were directly shipped from the U.S.
Shipping to the consumers in China in this way could also result in logistic problems via transportation, as well as tax and duty management issues and international returns and inquiries being written in a foreign language which could cause more issues. These barriers were created by the growing problem with counterfeits of one of the products produced by the company last year. According to Walls, there had been over a million counterfeit units of their Lip Toppers being sold through multiple Chinese Marketplaces.
After making the decision to partner with an L.A based E-commerce fashion platform known as Revolve, Lime Crime had found it’s solution for when they launched their products into China this year. Revolve really stood out to Walls, by servicing a similar consumer from the same prospective.
Lime Crime built a small seeded audience by encouraging people who arrived at their social feeds, and their company’s website, to visit Revolve’s E-commerce services.
Walls added that it was critical to have someone speak on Lime Crime’s behalf. She believed it would generate content with Lime Crime products, and have it fit within their own brand.