Fast Track Entrepreneur: Success leaves footprints

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Harriman House Limited, 27 лист. 2017 р. - 108 стор.

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What do the pits of the Chicago and New York trading floors, Lehman Brothers, the Russian mob, addiction, alcoholism, starting businesses with nothing more than an idea, and Central and Eastern Europe all have in common?

They have all played a part in the remarkable life story of Paul Oberschneider. An extraordinary entrepreneur who has built a $200 million business from scratch... in a foreign country and market he had no experience of, and no connections in (he didn't even speak the language)... starting with just $400 in his pocket.

Paul's business success has included:

- Building 2 million square feet of shopping centre space

- Building 5 five-star boutique hotels in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland

- Building an agency business of 850 people across 6 countries with 35 offices

- Starting a mortgage company

- Growing a chain of healthy fast food restaurants in London from 4 to 19 in just 18 months 


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Paul Oberschneider is a seasoned startup entrepreneur and property financier who has personally built businesses worth over $200 million. Since 1992, he has helped start a bank credit department, founded a mortgage company, and built the largest single-branded real estate company across five countries in Central Europe. He also developed a portfolio of shopping centers and hypermarkets in Eastern Europe, constructing over two million square feet of retail space. Paul retired, aged 49, before the financial crisis of 2008. Over the last two years, he's grown a chain of nineteen fast food restaurants in London and is involved in the Oxford entrepreneur community, where he serves as a mentor for startup entrepreneurs and as a speaker.

Paul’s philosophy of business is simple: to be a successful entrepreneur, touch as many lives as possible by creating companies in uncontested markets where employees, customers, and communities are all winners.

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