HighBreed evaluates new opportunities extensively including capitalization, marketing and technology, to determine potential for success. Once operational, HighBreed provides development, legal, accounting and marketing whereby the new pillar focuses on operations and sales. HighBreed is continually offered new concepts, ideas or startups. This enables HighBreed to always be in markets of growth, receive high returns on exits and move forward with new products.
We call this the “Evergreen Effect”.
The way we do it
We turn new opportunities into successful businesses. Highbreed evaluates each opportunity to determine if it should move forward. Capital, product, market size, technology required, competition, people and returns drive a yes/no decision. As opportunities become proven they are integrated into our model as foundational pillars.
How we do it
We support Pillars within Highbreed corporation with technology, capital, finance legal and senior management. The pillar will then be able to focus on sales, customer support and marketing, as the pillar becomes more and more successful, Highbreed then eases other business disciplines into the business unit. Each pillar will also have it’s own leadership and management for the areas of responsibilities within the pillar and report up to Highbreed senior management. Strengths and focus in each of the companies with separate goals drive an overall combined success.
Where we are headed
As new pillars come on board, the model remains the same. What is required are additional resources and pillar expertise. Throughout the life cycle of a pillar, the keep or sell decision will always be a mandate. This allows Highbreed to exit at high value in more mature markets and remain Evergreen by leading in emerging industries.
Operations & Management
- Dedicated resources
- Online Payment Integration
- Go-To-Market Execution
- Senior resources
- International Networking
- High value resources
- Executive support group
- In-House Team
- Platform Building [SaaS]
Pat Gregory / CEO
Mr. Patrick Gregory has held senior executive positions over the last 25 years. These include senior vice president and division head of wholly owned subsidiaries of CitiBank, CIBC and Heller Financial. He has also been president of CoActiv Canada, Leasecor and Solar Stream Green Energy Group.
His experiences include overseeing as many as 400-500 people, being responsible for Canada, United States and Europe and meeting all profitability targets assigned per business unit. The business units he was responsible for included book value portfolios as high as $2 Billion with annual budgets within the hundreds of millions. Mr. Gregory was designated at a level of “doctorate of business” by the U.S. Immigration department when obtaining his U.S. work VISA.
Mr. Gregory joins Highbreed with a vision of high growth, best-in-class workplace and exceptional customer experience. With proven solutions and using the ongoing Evergreen approach for new opportunities in the market, Mr. Gregory believes exceptional high value will be created.
Erez Hacohen /
With Business and Legal background, Erez spearheads all efforts to develop and implement HighBreed’s vision and strategy for growth objectives and business goals.
A Canadian, Israeli accomplished entrepreneur and investor with over 15 years of experience in developing business ventures and technology.In 1999 he founded IsraeLive – broadcasting Israeli radio and television to paying members that was sold to ITN. In 2009 Erez founded Solar Stream Energy that ended up owning the 2nd largest renewable energy portfolio in Ontario valued at $350M.
Erez’s strength is to identify opportunities, build a good structure and form strong business with the right team and execution plan. He believes that ‘The difference between a win and a dream is the right team’
Eran Hurvitz /
Eran started his career as the youngest bank manager in the history of Israel. In 2000, Eran moved to Nigeria to work as the head of high tech division in HPI. Eran was responsible for bringing satellites to Nigeria broadcasting education from the capital to the rural states and concluded a $36 million-dollar transaction with government of Nigeria. In 2001, Eran moved to Canada and completed a transaction for Starford International, partnering with Comwave, that opened 46 call centers in 11 different countries and provided marketing in 96 offline mediums.
Realizing the potential of digital marketing, Eran established Wisdek in 2006. The company grew to over 500 employees, in 11 countries, and over 10,000 customers.
Eran then established Mrkt360, which has achieved Google’s Premier Partner status, ranking second in all of Canada for new client revenue.
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