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On The Reins Of A Family Business With Vincent Curatola Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

    • Management

Building a family business is tough, and handing over the reins of a family business can be even more challenging. Join host Hanna Hasl-Kelchneras she welcomesVincent Curatola, who shares some practical tips for navigating it successfully and pr otecting your family legacy along the way. Hear his remarkable story.
WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER ABOUT FAMILY BUSINESS: The backstory of his 3-generation family business.
The perils of fast money.
How to protect the legacy of your family business.
The key to business sustainability.
The story of the Wall Street trader.
The impact of his sudden celebrity on the family business.
And MUCH more.

GUEST:Vincent Curatola is a Commissioner on The New Jersey Hall of Fame, appointed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Vincent also served on the Governor’s transition team. For the past 10 years, Vincent has also served as a member of the Foundation Board at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey.
If his name has a familiar ring, there's a reason for it. Vincent Curatola is also an accomplished actor. If you’re a fan of the award-winning HBO drama, The Soprano’s you’ll remember him in his co-starring role as Johnny "Sack” Sacramoni. You’ve probably also seen him guest star on more than a few primetime network series including Third Watch, Law and Order, Monk, Life on Mars, Person of Interest, BlackList, The Good Wife and Law and Order SVU where he regularly appears as Judge Al Bertuccio.
On the big screen, he’s co-starred with Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini in the crime thriller, Killing Them Softly. He’s also played Boston Mayor Minnino in Patriot’s Day with Mark Wahlberg, which was aired in theaters at the end of 2016.
But, even if you did recognize his name, you probably didn’t know that he was a successful entrepreneur long before we saw that piercing look of his and heard that distinctive voice on camera. Yes, indeed! Vincent has experienced firsthand what it’s like to build a family business from the ground up and to successfully transition it.
RELATED RESOURCES:http://vincentcuratola.com/ (Contact Vincent) and connect with him https://twitter.com/vincentcuratola (Twitter). Also connect with http://acuratola.com/ (his family business).

Building a family business is tough, and handing over the reins of a family business can be even more challenging. Join host Hanna Hasl-Kelchneras she welcomesVincent Curatola, who shares some practical tips for navigating it successfully and pr otecting your family legacy along the way. Hear his remarkable story.
WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER ABOUT FAMILY BUSINESS: The backstory of his 3-generation family business.
The perils of fast money.
How to protect the legacy of your family business.
The key to business sustainability.
The story of the Wall Street trader.
The impact of his sudden celebrity on the family business.
And MUCH more.

GUEST:Vincent Curatola is a Commissioner on The New Jersey Hall of Fame, appointed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Vincent also served on the Governor’s transition team. For the past 10 years, Vincent has also served as a member of the Foundation Board at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey.
If his name has a familiar ring, there's a reason for it. Vincent Curatola is also an accomplished actor. If you’re a fan of the award-winning HBO drama, The Soprano’s you’ll remember him in his co-starring role as Johnny "Sack” Sacramoni. You’ve probably also seen him guest star on more than a few primetime network series including Third Watch, Law and Order, Monk, Life on Mars, Person of Interest, BlackList, The Good Wife and Law and Order SVU where he regularly appears as Judge Al Bertuccio.
On the big screen, he’s co-starred with Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini in the crime thriller, Killing Them Softly. He’s also played Boston Mayor Minnino in Patriot’s Day with Mark Wahlberg, which was aired in theaters at the end of 2016.
But, even if you did recognize his name, you probably didn’t know that he was a successful entrepreneur long before we saw that piercing look of his and heard that distinctive voice on camera. Yes, indeed! Vincent has experienced firsthand what it’s like to build a family business from the ground up and to successfully transition it.
RELATED RESOURCES:http://vincentcuratola.com/ (Contact Vincent) and connect with him https://twitter.com/vincentcuratola (Twitter). Also connect with http://acuratola.com/ (his family business).

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