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Scott Raybuck

Chief Innovation Officer

Scott Raybuck, Chief Innovation Officer

Scott’s expansive experience working with Fortune 5 companies, and a variety of startups prior to starting his own ventures that have led to some very successful companies.  His 20+ year background encompasses various industry sectors in the Healthcare space including medical device, pharmaceutical distribution, and biologics, with primary focus on Management, Operations, and Sales Strategies.  Scott also holds multiple medical device patents.


Scott was an integral part of growing Orthovita, a biologics company primarily focused on bone regeneration, and soft tissue healing.  Orthovita was ultimately acquired by Stryker Corporation in 2010.  In 2008 Scott was a co-founder of Life Core Technologies (now Cryothermic Systems) in which he helped co-invent, patent, and launch a medical device that selectively cools the brain post cardiac arrest, stroke, and traumatic brain injury.  Concurrently he founded Steam Fire, Igniting Sales which partnered with biologics, healthcare, and healthcare technology companies to be a contract US and Canadian sales force for early and mid-stage companies which he grew from zero to $85 million in a 4 year period.  In early 2018, Scott founded ZURI and B3 Fulfillment focused around contract manufacturing, bottling, distribution, and 3rd party logistics for other companies in various industry sectors.  Scott was also a founder of GetOn Health, a Canadian Tele-Health company co-founded with the former CEO of the Canadian Health Authority.  He also consults with a variety of startups is, and is an active angel investor.  



Scott is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, where he earned his BSBA with a focus in Sales/Marketing.  In 2017 he was awarded Crain’s Magazine “40 under 40”.  He also sits on the board of Prayers From Maria, a Children’s Glioma Cancer Foundation.  Scott and wife Danielle reside in the Cleveland area, and are very active with their three children.  

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