Greg Arbues, Founder and President of Client Advocate Network
Greg Arbues began his professional life in 1980 as a banker in Hawaii. In 1999, he became a partner at a large Orange County based CPA firm. He established Client Advocate Network (CAN) in 2005 to better serve the Orange County business community.
CAN serves business owners on their entrepreneurial journey – helping them to build their businesses by ensuring they have access to and are connected with the right capital, the right people and right knowledge they need to succeed.
Additionally, Arbues works with partners and principles of professional services companies in the area of practice development – how to find, attract, win, retain and expand ideal client relationships.
Arbues was born in the Philippines and raised in Hawaii. He attended the University of Hawaii where he studied business and marketing.
Arbues is recognized in the business community as a market leader and community activist. He belongs to several not-for-profit boards, business organizations, and civic groups – notably the Rotary Club, The Lincoln Club, The National Federation of Independent Businesses and the Executive Council for the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics at California State University, Fullerton.