ROBERT "CORD" BEATTY, CEO
Cord has a long history of relationships with manufactures in China through the development of new cutting-edge technologies and brought to market one of the first Android Streaming Media players in the US under the brand ZÜMMBOX. He is actively developing the Child Tracer Watch a GPS and Cellular tracking watch for Children and the ZÜMM Infrared Thermometer. Cord has been working with Tony Xu and his team for years, spending time in China, at the ZÜMM factory, perfecting products. This is a tested relationship that has risen to this new challenge.
Cord is. a Veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, avid pilot, rock climber, and mountaineer. He spent two years filming the documentary titled "Sherpa" while climbing in the Himalayas. He summited Mount Everest and its surrounding peaks including Island Peak, Phortse, and Kala Phatar.
Cord is the co-founder of New U Recovery, a Residential Inpatient Treatment Center in Park City, Utah, The Retreat At Zion Residential Inpatient Treatment Center in Rockville, Utah and Zion Recovery Outpatient Treatment Center in St. George Utah. He is the co-author of “Guide To Spiritual Awakening” (Wiley Publishing) with Father Leo Booth, and author of “How Free Do You Want To Be?” (Ingram) currently available in Barnes and Nobel, Amazon and most book retailers in the US and Europe. As the “hands-on” CEO of ZÜMM Cord oversees all operations, sales and business development.
"We knew we had to do something to help with the Covid-19 crisis. We've been manufacturing high-end electronics for. the better part of a decade now, so we decided to put our expertise and connections to use in manufacturing and distributing the most reliable and incredibly accurate, game-changing products to support health monitoring as possible. With German sensors, state-of-the-art design and American quality control, we've done just that! We're confident that our ZÜMM no contact devices will help frontline workers get the upper hand on this pandemic and be a useful tool in the mitigation of the virus as we all strive to move forward." Robert Beatty, CEO