Graham Zahoruiko’s Professional Experience
Independent Management Consultant
Organizational Effectiveness, Public Benefit Corporation
2015 – Present | Hartford, Connecticut Area
Graham Zahoruiko is a transformational growth leader with over 25 years of entrepreneurial C-Level leadership experience. His objective is to help companies unlock unprecedented growth and increase shareholder value. This is accomplished while also delivering an Internal Rate of Return (IRR) exceeding the cost of any reorganization. Deliverables include a highly polished “game changing” solution strategy, executable materials, and team mentoring throughout the implementation phase.
Leadership Assignments: Independent Management Consultant, Executive Vice President
2011 – 2014 | Hartford, CT
Graham Zahoruiko was a trusted partner of senior executives, board members and investors in organizations offering technology products or services to the marketplace. Graham focused on improving company value, top line revenue, and EBITDA through Growth. His work as an interim executive on turnaround issues, special projects, or in any leadership role on both a short or long term basis. Graham Zahoruiko provided the hands-on entrepreneurial sense of urgency commonly found in a start-up with the sound expertise required by a fast paced/growing enterprise expected to break through milestones to reach financial performance objectives.
Chief Executive Officer
Refresh Software Corporation
2005 – 2011 | Westborough, MA
Graham Zahoruiko founded Refresh Software company and developed the business plan for fundraising, go-to-market sales strategy and $0 up production of revenue. He raised money from a syndicate fo 11 private investors, venture capitalist and venture debt firms for product development, marketing, and sales. Graham was able to realize significant revenue via a large roster of well-known Fortune 500 companies.
1996 – 2005 | Woburn, MA
Graham Zahoruiko founded Spaceweb Corporation and developed the business plan for fundraising, go-to-market sales strategy and $0 up production of revenue. He raised significant funding from a syndicate of private investors. Graham achieved an average revenue growth of 20% quarter over quarter.