Ben Sever: Tampa Local, Industry Disruptor, & Founder of eRemede, MBP Ventures, & RGA Institute


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eRemede’s CEO, Ben Sever was featured in this Elevate article.

Ben Sever, Chairman, CEO & Founder of eRemedeMBP Ventures, and RGA Institute, is a relentless problem-solver who optimizes existing industries through identifying quantifiable goals, then aggregating SMEs’ knowledge to execute a roadmap of step-by-step action items. Beyond his acumen for business, there is a genuine love of Tampa Bay stemming from growing up here. He shows his dedication to the Tampa Bay community through his service on the AdventHealth Carrolwood Foundation Board of Directors. Tony LaForgia, Former Executive Director of The AdventHealth Carrollwood Foundation said this about Ben, “Ben brings a natural enthusiasm and a very unique set of talents to our board.  We are thrilled to have him join our continued efforts to serve our community and provide the best care possible to our patients.” The AdventHealth Carrollwood Foundation is a full system of care that supports our community from everyday wellness and preventive health care to life-saving diagnostic services and innovative medical treatments in cancer, heart failure and more. Ben and eRemede are committed to the community in a similar way.

Ben and eRemede are members of the Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce believing in supporting local businesses and elevating the community. Ben presented at last year’s annual Synapse Summit. Ben is also a member of the Tampa Club and Board Member of Macdill’s Project Transition USA where he has spent years assisting transitioning veterans get acclimated to the corporate workforce. Additionally, through his business MBP Ventures, coaches entrepreneurs of startups and CEO’s to provide crucial support needed to evolve into the ideal strategy and execution leader. Ben and eRemede are also regularly involved with the Tampa Bay Business and Wealth Magazine with year-over-year support of both their magazine as well as TechConnect Events.

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