Patrick G. Burlingame

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Professional Experience

My background includes 8+ years of professional experience at global firms such as GE Capital and Canon USA as well as non-profit roles at the National Association of Home Builders and as a business development volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps.

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Canon U.S.A.

Mt. Laurel, New Jersey,     December 2010 - Present

Digital Project Manager and Specialist, Financial Service Operations

  • Performed operational audit of multi-million customer payment/account web portal build
  • Implemented customer web portal beta with 60+ leasing customers enrolled
  • Managed project for development of Canon dealer b2b web portal, resulting in 30% of monthly booked volume from independent leasing channel submitting applications online
  • Design and lead digital marketing campaigns for leasing promotions to Canon dealer network
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POD CEE Kft.

Hungary,     October 2008 - Present

Consultant and Investor for European micro e-payment venture

  • Promoted 2010 expansion to top 9 banks in Hungary via new “voucher” payment product to reach projected 5MM USD in online transactions by 2010YE
  • Confirmed 2012 addition of 2 equity investors from World Pay based in London, United Kingdom
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GE Capital

Hungary and Poland,     February 2008 - September 2010

Marketing Manager, Experienced Commercial Leadership Program

  • Retail Accts & Payments, Budapest Bank: Managed short term FX fee strategy and products resulting in 15MM HUF+ monthly CV increases
  • SME, Bank BPH: Launched tele centre pilot and achieved 469 closed sales from call base with 16.2 MM PLN in loan volume in initial 3 months
  • Deposits & Cards, Global Banking HQ: Mitigated 1.3 bln PLN in high IR maturing 12 month Q4’08 term deposits at Bank BPH while participating in new deposits strategy and TD product pricing research
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NAHB

Washington, DC,     December 2003 - April 2005

International Program Associate, Builder Affairs and Affiliate Services Division

  • Developed bilateral trade, technology, and investment between the housing sectors of the United States and Mexico via $2 million “Access Mexico” initiative
  • Facilitated over $250 million in business transactions on a three member team between U.S. building product suppliers and Mexican builders and distributors
  • Negotiated over $120,000 in sponsorship from private industry to support the 2004 “International Housing Conference of the Americas” in Mexico City
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Peace Corps

Romania,     June 2000 - July 2002

Small Business Development Volunteer

  • Assisted local entrepreneurs and small business in the city of Miercurea-Ciuc, Romania
  • Designed, implemented, and evaluated over $20,000 in regional socio-economic development projects and grants (including USAID and European Union funds)
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