Josh Kopel | Award Winning Restaurant Consultant

Ari Weinzweig & Natalie Reitman-White on crafting a legacy business

Considering your legacy and the legacy of the business you’ve worked so hard to build is a worthwhile effort. Today we chat with Ari Weinzweig of Zingerman's Deli who, after breaking every rule in the book to build his $75M empire, is choosing to give it all away. We’re also joined by Natalie Reitman-White who helped him accomplish this noble goal. This conversation proves that a vision for a better tomorrow leads to a better today.

You can reach out to Ari directly using the email address ari@zingermans.com. For Ari’s educational blog, click here. For more information on Natalie and Perpetual Purpose Trusts, visit https://www.alternativeownershipadvisors.com/.

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