Patrick Morin joined Transact Capital as Managing Director in 2012. Patrick brings with him a wealth of experience in capital raising, deal making, strategic advisory to CEO’s, marketing and revenue generation, along with investment banking and business ownership. As a prominent speaker to industry groups and business, Patrick is well connected to many well known business leaders throughout the U.S.
Prior to joining the Transact, Patrick was Managing Partner of BrightHammer, LLC, a venture management firm that specializes in strategy with an emphasis on sales and marketing development. He worked with select start-ups, growth companies, and turnarounds to stabilize operations and ramp up revenue and employee performance. He was retained by clients in the multifamily, pharmaceutical/medical, financial services, real estate, and professional services industries.
Prior to BrightHammer, he was seven years as Senior Vice President with Cornerstone Realty Income Trust, Inc., a New York Stock Exchange-traded company that owned and operated over 24,000 apartments.
From 1993 – 2012, Patrick was with Dale Carnegie Training. He was ranked among the top three instructors globally and was a member of the elite Global Delivery Team.
While a member of the National Speakers Association, he has personally conducted over 1,100 keynotes and training meetings for businesses, associations, government agencies and community groups. Notable groups he’s addressed are: ICSC, Medical Group Management Associations, NASA, Grubb and Ellis Apartment REIT, the National Ground Intelligence Center, AIMCO, Wachovia Bank, and Bank of America. Mr. Morin appears on television, radio, and in print as an authority in his field. He also wrote a weekly column on sales for the Central Pennsylvania Business Journal.
In addition to having served on the boards of several local charities, Mr. Morin served on the Board of Directors for Wintergreen Resort, the YMCA, and The Franks Foundation.
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