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Successful entrepreneurs are wired differently. They are Changemakers. Running Stuff, a Peterson Partners podcast, aims to uncover the real story of what it’s like in the trenches to run and scale a business. Running Stuff combines the wisdom and success of Stanford University Professor, and former JetBlue Airways Chairman, Joel Peterson with some of today's brightest entrepreneurs to provide insight on how to “Run Stuff.”Join us for season one where we will discuss topics every entrepreneur should know but might be hesitant to ask including, how to start from scratch, how to go to market, how to hire the right people, and how to develop a differentiated brand.

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Successful entrepreneurs are wired differently. They are Changemakers. Running Stuff, a Peterson Partners podcast, aims to uncover the real story of what it’s like in the trenches to run and scale a business. Running Stuff combines the wisdom and success of Stanford University Professor, and former JetBlue Airways Chairman, Joel Peterson with some of today's brightest entrepreneurs to provide insight on how to “Run Stuff.”Join us for season one where we will discuss topics every entrepreneur should know but might be hesitant to ask including, how to start from scratch, how to go to market, how to hire the right people, and how to develop a differentiated brand.

    Managing through Crises with Christian Gormsen, hosted by Ben Capell

    Managing through Crises with Christian Gormsen, hosted by Ben Capell

    Our topic in this episode is “Managing through Crises,” and our guest is Christian Gormsen, CEO of Eargo. 

    Eargo is a direct-to-consumer medical device company dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with hearing loss. Their innovative products and go-to-market approach address the major challenges of traditional hearing aid adoption. Eargo hearing aids are virtually invisible, rechargeable, completely-in-canal, FDA regulated, exempt Class I device for the treatment of hearing loss. The Eargo consumer-first solution offers hearing aids at approximately half the cost of competitors and can be purchased through traditional channels in the United States. Eargo went public with an IPO in October of 2020. 

    This conversation between Ben Capell of Peterson Partners and Christian was part of a virtual event with many of our portfolio CEOs, and we wanted to share an adapted version of that conversation with our Running Stuff listeners. 

    The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold, or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts, and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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    Balancing Long-Term Vision with Allbirds co-founder Tim Brown, hosted by Ben Capell

    Balancing Long-Term Vision with Allbirds co-founder Tim Brown, hosted by Ben Capell

    Allbirds has been called the “world’s most comfortable shoe.” The company is certified as a B Corp and has remained committed to eco-friendly manufacturing and sustainable products.
    Prior to founding Allbirds, co-founder Tim Brown was a professional soccer player with stints in The United States and The United Kingdom, as well as his native country New Zealand.  Tim earned a master's degree both from The London School of Economics and from Northwestern University, as well as a bachelor's degree from the University of Cincinnati.
    We hosted Tim last year for a virtual session with our portfolio CEOs, and we wanted to share an adapted version of that conversation.

    The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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    Doing a Search with Andrew Saltoun

    Doing a Search with Andrew Saltoun

    Andrew is the founder of Saltoun Capital Partners, a family office focused on investing in entrepreneurial growth businesses. Prior to SCP, he was the CEO of Integra Partners, a healthcare services company acquired in 2011 by Andrew and a group of private investors. He has also held roles at Goldman Sachs as an investment banker and Vestar Capital Partners as an investor. Andrew has been/is an active investor in growth companies including Bonobos, New Media Learning, and numerous search funds and their acquired businesses. He is a board member of Light Wave Dental, Technomotum, Circle Surrogacy, and the Brooklyn Museum Advisory Board. Andrew received a bachelor degree in business administration from Emory University and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.

    The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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    Starting from Scratch with Andy Dunn, moderated by Joel Peterson

    Starting from Scratch with Andy Dunn, moderated by Joel Peterson

    Andy Dunn is the co-founder and former chief executive of Bonobos. Andy has said he started Bonobos with the intention of proving “that the world had changed, that you could now build a brand online.” Andy and co-founder Brian Spaly began by selling pants from their cars at Stanford University in 2007. Following angel funding, the company’s revenues doubled four consecutive years in a row. With Bonobos, Dunn helped define and prove a new model for vertically integrated fashion retail within e-commerce. Bonobos became one of the first internet-driven direct-to-consumer brands in the US.  In 2017, Walmart acquired Bonobos.

    The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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    The War for Talent with Paul McKinnon, moderated by Clint Peterson

    The War for Talent with Paul McKinnon, moderated by Clint Peterson

    Paul McKinnon has been recognized as one of the top human resource executives in the country spanning both academic and business worlds. Dr. McKinnon was a Senior Lecturer in the Organizational Behavior Unit at Harvard Business School, where he taught in Leadership and Organizational Behavior (LEAD) and Managing Human Capital. Prior to joining the HBS faculty, Dr. McKinnon had more than 30 years’ experience in Human Resources management and consulting. He was Head of Human Resources and Talent Management at Citigroup and Senior Vice President of the Human Resources Group for Dell. He is currently a senior adviser at Peterson Partners.

    The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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    Entrepreneurship with David Neeleman, moderated by Clint Peterson

    Entrepreneurship with David Neeleman, moderated by Clint Peterson

    David Neeleman has founded five commercial airlines: Morris Air, WestJet, JetBlue Airways, Azul Brazilian Airlines, and Breeze Airways. In 2000, David founded JetBlue Airways, growing the start-up airline into a Fortune 500 US company, with a market cap (at the time of this recording) of over $5 billion. 

    In 2008, David founded an airline called Azul, which has grown to become one of the largest airlines in Brazil. In 2020, David founded a new domestic US airline called Breeze Airways. David has been called the most prolific and successful aviation entrepreneur in the world.

    The portfolio companies identified and described herein do not represent all of the portfolio companies purchased, sold or recommended for funds advised by Peterson Partners. The reader should not assume that an investment in the portfolio companies identified was or will be profitable. Any opinions, projections, forecasts and estimates contained in this production are necessarily speculative in nature, are based upon certain assumptions, and subject to change without notice. It can be expected that some or all of such assumptions will not materialize or will vary significantly from actual results. This production is not an offer to buy or sell any investments. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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