31 min

Jack Lowe - Fit for Life Foundation Stories of Change & Creativity

    • Entrepreneurship

On this episode you'll hear my interview with entrepreneur, author and fitness enthusiast Jack Lowe.  I reached out to Jack after reading an article on the Ageist media site.  I'm fascinated by his successful business career and what Jack calls his "end of career story. "  At almost 80 years old, he's on a mission to change the idea of aging. 

Early this year, Jack Lowe released his new book Get Fit for Life: My Journey with Fitness, Health and Aging.  You can find the book on Amazon. 

With a lifelong passion for health,  Jack was the driving force for the Fit for Life Foundation.   The organization was founded in 2020 to support lifelong fitness and health.

Fit for Life Foundation Bio:

Jack Lowe, Champion of the Fit for Life philosophy
A successful entrepreneur and all-round athlete, Jack has been involved in amateur and professional sports for decades. He has climbed the highest peaks in Europe, Africa, and South America, and  traveled 22 countries by bike. He has sponsored cycling teams and helped lead basketball camps for youth in Switzerland. He has also participated for many years in a Geneva-based study on how aging athletes perform physically over time.

Jack’s business and charitable activities span several continents, from Asia to Europe and North America. He is  President of Lomastar SA, a private equity fund advisory firm in Nyon, Switzerland, and the former Chairman of the VNH Foundation, a Zurich-based charity focusing on disabled children in Vietnam. From 2010 to 2014, he served as Chairman of Azure Partners, a Swiss asset advisory firm specializing in microfinance funds. From 2004 to 2008, he was  CEO of Blue Orchard Finance SA, the largest private microfinance lender in the world with assets in excess of 1 billion. As an entrepreneur, he has created a half-dozen businesses in his 50-year career. 

Jack lives in Switzerland, and he is fluent in English, French, Japanese and Spanish. He is 79 years old, and is married with three adult children and seven grandchildren. 



For more information:

Fit for Life Foundation

Ageist Magazine




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On this episode you'll hear my interview with entrepreneur, author and fitness enthusiast Jack Lowe.  I reached out to Jack after reading an article on the Ageist media site.  I'm fascinated by his successful business career and what Jack calls his "end of career story. "  At almost 80 years old, he's on a mission to change the idea of aging. 

Early this year, Jack Lowe released his new book Get Fit for Life: My Journey with Fitness, Health and Aging.  You can find the book on Amazon. 

With a lifelong passion for health,  Jack was the driving force for the Fit for Life Foundation.   The organization was founded in 2020 to support lifelong fitness and health.

Fit for Life Foundation Bio:

Jack Lowe, Champion of the Fit for Life philosophy
A successful entrepreneur and all-round athlete, Jack has been involved in amateur and professional sports for decades. He has climbed the highest peaks in Europe, Africa, and South America, and  traveled 22 countries by bike. He has sponsored cycling teams and helped lead basketball camps for youth in Switzerland. He has also participated for many years in a Geneva-based study on how aging athletes perform physically over time.

Jack’s business and charitable activities span several continents, from Asia to Europe and North America. He is  President of Lomastar SA, a private equity fund advisory firm in Nyon, Switzerland, and the former Chairman of the VNH Foundation, a Zurich-based charity focusing on disabled children in Vietnam. From 2010 to 2014, he served as Chairman of Azure Partners, a Swiss asset advisory firm specializing in microfinance funds. From 2004 to 2008, he was  CEO of Blue Orchard Finance SA, the largest private microfinance lender in the world with assets in excess of 1 billion. As an entrepreneur, he has created a half-dozen businesses in his 50-year career. 

Jack lives in Switzerland, and he is fluent in English, French, Japanese and Spanish. He is 79 years old, and is married with three adult children and seven grandchildren. 



For more information:

Fit for Life Foundation

Ageist Magazine




Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment + Tiny Habits MethodSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesofchange)

31 min