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Company: Urbane Capital Corp.
Co-Founder and CEO

Elyssia Patterson 

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Company: Urbane Capital Corp.
Co-Founder and CEO

Margarita Cardone

Urbane Capital Corp.,  Co-Founder& CEO, Elyssia Patterson | Margarita Cardone, MBA | architecture

Urbane Capital Corp. is a bespoke corporate access and advisory group helping companies achieve success in the market with their investor and public relations, corporate communications and investor analysis. We create tailored strategies, our clients interact with a sole point of contact to receive a complete composite of classic services and innovative solutions. Margarita is experienced in retail and institutional shareholder communications. Prior to being the co-CEO of Urbane Capital, Margarita worked in Toronto as a consultant for various micro-caps in different sectors and in the mining industry at Aurania Resources and Hudbay Minerals. With a background in architecture, capital markets and trading, she approaches projects with a technical perspective and a fine eye for detail. Margarita understands that the success of a great story is defined by its marketing quality; clear financials and sector peer analysis, engaging content to a targeted audience through defined channels, and a cohesive message throughout all platforms makes all the difference.Elyssia has extensive knowledge with the going public process with private start-ups. She works closely with private companies implementing the strategies in order to list on the TSX or the CSE.  Prior to Urbane Capital, Elyssia worked at Vested and CIBC Private Banking and developed numerous different partnerships. Elyssia has been involved also with charity fundraising and sponsorship activities for the past 10 years. She has been instrumental in developing online processing of private placement documents using available exemptions from prospectus requirements in Canada. She is a specialist on coordinating investor relations and advancing general corporate development.