Episode | 20 March 2022 | Season 2 | 1 hr 24 secs
1st generation, children, entrepreneur, g1, impact, life lessons, real estate, storytelling, ypo
Chris Powers is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Fort Capital and the host of The Fort podcast. Chris is a serial entrepreneur with more than 16 years of real estate development and investment experience. Since founding Fort Capital, the company has invested over $1.4B in Class B industrial, commercial, multifamily, student housing, and residential and land development projects. Chris shares the pivotal moments in his life that led him to become a values-driven, community-minded, first-generation entrepreneur.
Episode | 28 November 2021 | Season 2 | 43 mins 32 secs
adviser, author, cpa, entrepreneur, entrepreneurial, succession, ypo
Bradly J. Franc is an attorney, a former CPA and experienced entrepreneur. He has practiced business and estates and trust law at Houston Harbaugh for more than 25 years. During that time, he founded three successful businesses.
Episode | 15 March 2021 | Season 1 | 51 mins 47 secs
africa, entrepreneur, family boards, family companies, g2, governance, governing boards, new zealand, property, second generation, south africa, ypo
Carl Bates is Africa's leading educator, appointer and guide of High-Performance boards. As the Founding Partner of Sirdar, he is world renowned for his practical understanding of governance and is constantly invited to share his knowledge and insight on the subject - in Africa, Sirdar is the largest provider of independent non-executive directors to private companies and family businesses
Episode | 8 March 2021 | Season 1 | 46 mins 10 secs
credit, culture, ecuador, entrepreneur, family dynamics, family protocol, g3, guayaquil, multigenerational, startup, third generation, ypo
Juan Carlos Salame is the Corporate Vice President at CRECOSCORP S.A. Juan Carlos Salame’s family business began in Guayaquil in 1944. Domingo Salame, his grandfather, began selling at the local market prepaid vouchers so his customers could buy products at different local stores and, then, pay Mr. Salame in installments.
Episode | 8 February 2021 | Season 1 | 56 mins 53 secs
africa, author, entrepreneur, first generation, founder, founding generation, g1, life profitability, software, south africa, startups
Adii Pienaar is the founder of three technology companies, two of which he’s exited so far to create first generation wealth for his family. A prolific reader, writer and maker, Adii brings a refreshing perspective to the way he views family, business and wealth.
Ashok Melwani - Negotiating an Exit From the 4th Generation Family Business [The Business of Family]
Episode | 11 January 2021 | Season 1 | 50 mins 59 secs
4th generation, coach, entrepreneur, family business, food & beverage, fourth generation, g4, hospitality, india, singapore, ypo
In 1982, he joined the business full-time, working his way up from brand manager to an executive director of the 4th generation Indian family business. He's a seasoned entrepreneur with decades of experience in retail, food & beverage and distribution, and now an executive coach.
Ashok is a guide to the road less travelled. His story is a facinating journey of a struggle to leave the family business and ultimately forge his own path.
Episode | 31 August 2020 | Season 1 | 1 hr 1 min
4th generation, diamonds, entrepreneur, family business, fourth generation, fred mouawad, g4, gems, gia, guardianship, harvard, jewelry, miss universe crown, mouawad, multi-generation, ypo
A global citizen, portfolio entrepreneur, and fourth-generation co-guardian of the Mouawad family jewelry business, Fred Mouawad’s story is as incredible as it is impactful. Listen in to learn how he brings a new and enterprising perspective to his family’s multi-generational success.
Episode | 28 July 2020 | Season 1 | 3 mins 28 secs
business, business of family, enduring companies, entrepreneur, family office, learn in public, long game, mike boyd, multigenerational wealth, podcast trailer, stewardship, succession, ypo
Multigenerational wealth creation involves so much more than just capital accumulation. The most successful families cultivate and collect values, stories, knowledge and resources to pass on to the next generation. The systems and processes to do this are very intentional.