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My guest today is Collin Hathaway. Collin runs a small micro private equity fund in Seattle, WA called Skylight Capital and has developed a strong core competence in plumbing, HVAC, roofing, and other home services businesses.
Paul Yancich & Daniel Eisen – Taking Inspiration From Constellation and Leveraging a Long Time Horizon – Ep.84
Paul Yancich and Daniel Eisen are co-founders of Arcadea Group, a permanent capital holding company.
Badge started his search journey with a stone-pumping trench that was on the verge of bankruptcy when he acquired it.
Due West counsels and helps Chinese students apply to top American universities and study abroad programs.
In this episode, Tim Ludwig turns the microphone around to interview me on where my interest in small companies came from, starting and building Think Like an Owner, and a new company I’m starting.
Reg quit his corporate job to roll up foundry businesses through his holding company CaneKast, with five companies acquired so far.
Prior to searching and acquiring her health care supply business, Vital Care Industries, Mia worked in consulting, engineering and supply chains, a friend’s start-up for a time, and received her MBA and Masters of Science in Engineering Management from Northwestern.
Craig, as of a month ago, is also the new owner of Flying Magazine, an iconic, blue-chip publishing brand in the general aviation community which we discuss extensively in this episode.
John started an education business with his wife that began as a SAT and other tests prep business and eventually found its niche in MCAT testing.
SeaWestern is a distributor of firefighting equipment across the Pacific Northwest and Peter was tasked with learning the business and looking for avenues of growth and improvement.
Each year I write an annual letter to readers and listeners to reflect on the evolution of the podcast and my personal growth.
While 2020 was turbulent to say the least, it was the best year of my life. I married my lovely wife in late August, adopted a corgi, and began working on the Think Like an Owner podcast full-time.
Before getting to the podcast, 2019 was a tremendous year personally. I flew to DC for a FinTwit gathering hosted by Jamie Catherwood, graduated college with a new job, and got engaged.
As a fun goal for myself, I’ve decided to start writing annual (and possibly quarterly) letters for the Think Like an Owner project to reflect on the growth of the podcast, discussion around the micro private equity market, and my personal learning.