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Danny Carrao

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Member since: Apr 16, 2012

Danny Carrao is a seasoned global executive with over two decades of experience in leading and building organizations worldwide. As Prolumina's Managing Director, he is responsible for all aspects of Prolumina's operations nationwide, and plays a vital role in the company's strategic planning efforts.

Danny has successfully led a number of companies in a variety of C-level roles, including Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer and President. Hired as President of a television production company with over 150 hours of broadcast television programming, Danny successfully devised and executed a turnaround strategy which led to a negotiated acquisition by a larger media entity. Danny also led an online movie and game rental company from virtually zero revenue to the third largest in the country, trailing only Netflix and Blockbuster.

Danny spent nearly a decade at The Walt Disney Company in their Consumer Products Licensing division, rising to the position of Global Vice President of Operations and Technology. His tenure at Disney included four years in France, leading operations in Europe, before being promoted to Vice President and given Global responsibilities. While at Disney, Danny pioneered the use of advanced technology - implementing the company's first system based on Internet technology, the first use of advanced streaming video for product designs (with Pixar), and designed, developed and deployed a global retail products system for forecasting demand, designing products and analyzing retail data globally.

Danny also has significant capital acquisition experience, having raised nearly 0 million for acquisitions and new real estate development (from institutional as well as private sources) in the U.S.

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