Mark One has appointed Alberto Elli to its Advisory Board to support the company through its scale-up phase and internationalization efforts. Alberto Elli is the Senior Director of Finance and Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) at TadaNow. With over 30 years of international experience in CEO, COO, and CFO positions, his leadership expertise is anticipated to be of great benefit to Mark One.
Alberto Elli’s extensive background in finance will allow him to guide Mark One during its scale-up phase and foster the company’s development. He is responsible for helping Mark One boost its revenues by identifying promising segments, new channels, and growth opportunities. Finally, he will work closely with Mark One’s CEO and Founder, Marco Zani, to build a robust, effective, and diverse organizational structure, in order to sustain the company’s accelerated growth.
Alberto Elli began his executive career at Essity Italy S.p.a., where he served as Chief Financial Officer. In 2000, he became the Vice President of Finance Healthcare for Merck & Co, supporting a sales increase from $2.5B to $4.5B. He was then named VP of Finance and Global Finishes for Sherwin-Williams in 2006, where he managed a $3B group and increased profitability by 200%. In 2016, he was appointed as the CEO of Aquaro Histology and raised $10M in angel investments and venture capital. By September 2018, he was named COO and President of QAMF, where he doubled the company’s EBITDA. For the past two years, Alberto Elli has served as the Senior Director of Finance and M&A at TadaNow and focuses on optimizing supply chain procurement, production, and distribution.
“Helping scale businesses is my passion. Shortly after I met Marco, I become passionate about his projects to change the manufacturing world with an innovative approach. We are at a historical junction where supply chains are not only crucial to businesses but can also revolutionize business practices (i.e. fast evolving from Manufacturing 4.0 to 5.0). The opportunity to build a fast-growing business, internationalize an Italian company, and create a strong, diverse, and motivated team is great and incredibly motivating,” said Alberto Elli.