The pandemic had a detrimental impact on the global economy, including increased unemployment and strain on people and healthcare systems. Despite these difficulties, there have been some encouraging improvements. For the first time, small businesses are venturing into e-commerce, and employees are beginning to experience hybrid work arrangements.
Much was said about the future of work post-pandemic, but what about the future of entrepreneurship?
In this episode, Stuart Robles joins us to discuss the new world of entrepreneurship. With 10+ years of investment banking experience, he shares the blueprint for buying, building, and selling your business in the digital era. Finally, Stuart imparts the lessons he learned in acquiring and selling numerous companies. He also answers why hard work is not the only key to a thriving enterprise.
If you’re an entrepreneur looking for ways to level up your business, this episode is for you!
Stuart Robles is a tech-savvy entrepreneur who is one of the partners at Briggs Capital. This international investment company serves sellers and buyers of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Apart from being a businessman, he is a well-regarded mentor who has guided numerous business owners through their companies' growth and exit cycle. His expertise ranges from entrepreneurship and technology to company growth.
He recently co-authored The New World of Entrepreneurship, where he shared trade secrets on buying and selling businesses in the digital age.
[08:35] “Entrepreneurs are organized. They're always the ones that are selling and collecting.” - Click Here To Tweet This
[27:10] “[The government] shouldn't really intervene. They should let the free market just do what it has to do.” - Click Here To Tweet This
[41:08] “[Xennials are] very valuable for organizations…they're going to have a really ample view. They are going to be very strategic about things. Even if they were never taught about strategy or anything, you want to plug some of those in.” - Click Here To Tweet This
[43:42] “Everybody's the same everywhere. There’s no difference. There's going to be stuff that was influenced by the religions, brought up with the climate, the weather, something that makes people certain way. It really does.” - Click Here To Tweet This
[56:38] “The ones who do well are the ones who already did a transaction once. It wasn't sexy, but they got to learn. They got on the other side of the world. It’s so different. Your vision as a business owner, as an entrepreneur, changes so dramatically.” - Click Here To Tweet This
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