Pat Arcardipane

CFO | Principal
Expertise: Improving operations, impacting business growth and maximizing profits through cash management, strategic planning, systems development, creating processing efficiencies, and business restructuring.

Pat currently serves as Principal, ProCFO Partners, providing strategic business transition and financial growth services to help businesses and their owners reach their professional and personal goals. He is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Business Transition Expert. He earned his MBA from NYU Stern School of Business.

Pat is a Business Executive with over 30 years of diversified experience ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 entities. His background is rich and includes experience in organizational turnarounds, mergers and acquisitions, business reorganizations and reengineering, raising millions of dollars in seed capital, R&D partnerships, joint venture efforts, manufacturing and distribution partnerships, corporate sales, due diligence, international business operations, and more.  He also has vast experience in P&L management, product development, business development, corporate finance, and marketing.  During his career so far, Pat has been a catalyst for generating over $500 million in revenue and $200 million in cost savings for his employers and clients.

His most recent prior experience includes joining B2BCFO as a Partner and forming PCA Corporate Strategies, serving as a C-level consultant to identify and develop new venture business opportunities. In this capacity, he served as COO/CFO and Director of Millisecond Technologies Corp., where he developed and commercialized new pasteurization technology. He spent much of his career as an entrepreneur serving as President/CEO/CFO of several manufacturing, distribution and R&D companies.

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