S4E11: "Building a $1B Business" with CEO Mark Makepeace

An episode of The Impact Multiplier CEO Podcast

S4E11: “Building a $1B business” with CEO Mark Makepeace

Mark Makepeace (CEO of Wilshire) talks with Xquadrant's Founder Richard Medcalf.

We're continuing our season on "CEO Success Formulae", where highly impactful CEOs share what’s driven their success to date - and explore what it will take to reach the next level.

In this conversation, you’ll learn:

  • How Mark helped build FTSE Russell from 9 people to a $1B valuation
  • Mark's secret for enlisting high-profile sponsors and mentors
  • The "video camera" technique and how to use it help organisations clearly define and solve problems
  • Four leadership-defining trends for the coming years

"If you don't have a goal where people say 'how the heck do we do that?' it's not big enough"

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