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Launching the Acuity Charlotte Office!

By July 9, 2015 No Comments
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Acuity’s Charlotte, NC office! We want to bring the absolute best financial services to every community, and this is another step towards that goal.  We are also proud to announce that Todd Serulneck will be Managing Partner of the Acuity Charlotte office.
We realized early on that Todd shared a passion for making accounting departments run more smoothly for entrepreneurs, so this is incredibly exciting for the Acuity team, and our clients.  Since we take a personal approach to our work, we would love for you to get to know Todd and the team a bit more personally as well.

Acutiy Charlotte

Meet Todd:
Todd is a sought-after expert in growing businesses, complex multi-location issues, and financing. He mentors at-risk students and is active in Toastmasters. He enjoys road-trips with his wife, Elizabeth, and their two daughters.
Why everyone is talking about it:
Todd is a a talented, driven and skilled leader that brings high-level accounting expertise to the rapidly growing company.  He augments the Fortune 100 experience in the firm, brings incredible energy and is able to translate those experiences to earlier stage and mid-market companies.
So what will Todd be doing?
He will direct client engagements and work with client owners and management on financial strategy to drive business growth. He also will help lead the vision and expansion of Acuity in North and South Carolina.
Where is the Office?
The new office got up and running on the south side of Charlotte in April.
Todd is volunteering with regular office hours at Packard Place to help the earliest stage companies in Charlotte.
13850 Ballantyne Corporate Pl
Suite 500
Charlotte, NC 28277
What does Todd think?:
“I’m just thrilled to join the Acuity team.  We fill a critical gap for growing companies and have big plans to deploy the remote Acuity bookkeeping and controller teams to help bring our more efficient vision of what accounting and finance should look like to the Carolinas.”