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Early Growth
August 22, 2013







Originally published in PRWeb.

New VP of Sales to lead EGFS business development efforts in California

San Francisco, CA

Early Growth Financial Services (EGFS), an outsource accounting, finance, and tax support firm that provides on-demand services to early-stage companies, has just announced a new partner to their leadership team. Effective immediately, Gadiel Morantes will serve as the VP of Sales, responsible for business development and sales, specifically focusing on EGFS’s robust client list and esteemed business partners in the Bay Area and Southern California.

As VP of Sales, Gadiel will be responsible for supporting the growth of EGFS as it continues its rapid expansion into new markets, different segments, and new service areas. Gadiel Morantes is an accomplished executive with 15+ years of sales, marketing, and operations experience. Most recently, as Vice President of Venture Banking at Square 1 Bank, Gadiel worked with entrepreneurs and startup CEOs, providing banking solutions and serving as an advisor and connector. Throughout his career, Gadiel has proven his ability to build and maintain profitable business relationships with key corporate decision-makers and to establish large-volume, high-profit accounts with excellent levels of retention and loyalty.

“I’m really excited to join EGFS at this time of great growth and opportunity. With 175 active venture-backed clients, we’ve already proven ourselves to be leaders in the outsourced financial consulting space within the ecosystem of early-stage startups,” said Gadiel. “With my entrepreneurial background and extensive experience working with founders, I’ve gained great insight into what needs to be done to create strong partnerships and to grow successful businesses. I am looking forward to using my knowledge and experience to help support our clients—existing and new—and to forge strategic partnerships.”

“Gadiel is a great addition to round out our leadership team,” said David Ehrenberg, CEO of EGFS. “His ability to identify new sales opportunities and increase new business generation is just what EGFS needs to support the velocity of our expansion. With Gadiel on board, I am confident in our ability to grow as a company while continuing to provide our clients with the same level of quality financial support they expect and need.”

About EGFS
Early Growth Financial Services has extensive experience working with companies at all stages of development to provide services to keep internal resources focused on the business. EGFS offers a complete suite of services from high-level financial strategy to day-to-day finance, accounting and administration that can easily be outsourced without impacting business operations. Headquartered in the Bay Area, EGFS also has operations in LA, San Diego, Seattle and New York City. Customers include Formspring, Rocketspace, and OpenERP, as well as over 160 small and mid-size businesses around the United States. For more information, visit https://earlygrowthfinancialservices.com and follow @EarlyGrowthFS.

Originally published in PRWeb.

New VP of Sales to lead EGFS business development efforts in California

San Francisco, CA

Early Growth Financial Services (EGFS), an outsource accounting, finance, and tax support firm that provides on-demand services to early-stage companies, has just announced a new partner to their leadership team. Effective immediately, Gadiel Morantes will serve as the VP of Sales, responsible for business development and sales, specifically focusing on EGFS’s robust client list and esteemed business partners in the Bay Area and Southern California.

As VP of Sales, Gadiel will be responsible for supporting the growth of EGFS as it continues its rapid expansion into new markets, different segments, and new service areas. Gadiel Morantes is an accomplished executive with 15+ years of sales, marketing, and operations experience. Most recently, as Vice President of Venture Banking at Square 1 Bank, Gadiel worked with entrepreneurs and startup CEOs, providing banking solutions and serving as an advisor and connector. Throughout his career, Gadiel has proven his ability to build and maintain profitable business relationships with key corporate decision-makers and to establish large-volume, high-profit accounts with excellent levels of retention and loyalty.

“I’m really excited to join EGFS at this time of great growth and opportunity. With 175 active venture-backed clients, we’ve already proven ourselves to be leaders in the outsourced financial consulting space within the ecosystem of early-stage startups,” said Gadiel. “With my entrepreneurial background and extensive experience working with founders, I’ve gained great insight into what needs to be done to create strong partnerships and to grow successful businesses. I am looking forward to using my knowledge and experience to help support our clients—existing and new—and to forge strategic partnerships.”

“Gadiel is a great addition to round out our leadership team,” said David Ehrenberg, CEO of EGFS. “His ability to identify new sales opportunities and increase new business generation is just what EGFS needs to support the velocity of our expansion. With Gadiel on board, I am confident in our ability to grow as a company while continuing to provide our clients with the same level of quality financial support they expect and need.”

About EGFS
Early Growth Financial Services has extensive experience working with companies at all stages of development to provide services to keep internal resources focused on the business. EGFS offers a complete suite of services from high-level financial strategy to day-to-day finance, accounting and administration that can easily be outsourced without impacting business operations. Headquartered in the Bay Area, EGFS also has operations in LA, San Diego, Seattle and New York City. Customers include Formspring, Rocketspace, and OpenERP, as well as over 160 small and mid-size businesses around the United States. For more information, visit https://earlygrowthfinancialservices.com and follow @EarlyGrowthFS.

Early Growth
August 22, 2013