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Kanbrick Announces New Program to Support Midsize Companies | Business


CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 12, 2021–

Kanbrick, the long-term investment partnership co-founded by Tracy Britt Cool and Brian Humphrey, today announced the launch of Build with Kanbrick, a selective three-month business program designed to help midsize companies accelerate long-term growth.

Kanbrick, which is focused on buying, building, and growing great businesses for the long term, established Build with Kanbrick after recognizing a gap in the market serving owners and CEOs of midsize companies. While traditional accelerators support startups through networking and mentorship, no such opportunities exist for strong midmarket businesses.

“Small and midsize companies are the backbone of the American economy, but following this unprecedented year, many are facing unique challenges in taking their businesses to the next level,” said Britt Cool. “At Kanbrick, we partner closely with owners and executives to help grow their businesses, and the Build with Kanbrick program is an extension of our broader mission to help organizations and people reach their full potential.”

Build with Kanbrick’s approach is rooted in the Kanbrick Business System, the value creation playbook the team developed through years of building and growing great companies. The program helps owners and CEOs assess key opportunities and create a plan to drive lasting value.

“During our time leading companies and partnering with owners and CEOs, we identified common themes to the opportunities and challenges they face,” said Britt Cool. “We formed Kanbrick to address those needs and drive value through a focus on people, purpose, and performance. The Build with Kanbrick program gives us the opportunity to share those learnings and have a greater impact.”

Up to five owners and CEOs will be accepted into the first cohort. Build with Kanbrick begins with a business system diagnostic that leverages the Kanbrick Business System to assess each company’s opportunities. Participants will receive one-on-one sessions with the Kanbrick team and collaborative group sessions with guest experts, as well as templates, tools, and resources focused on growing their businesses. Build with Kanbrick alumni will also have access to the Kanbrick Community for networking with other executives and exclusive content.

Build with Kanbrick is accepting applications through Feb. 15, 2021. The three-month program will run virtually beginning March 1, 2021. Owners and CEOs interested in participating in the Build with Kanbrick program are encouraged to learn more by visiting Kanbrick.com/Build.

About Kanbrick

Kanbrick is a long-term investment partnership founded by Tracy Britt Cool and Brian Humphrey based in Chicago, Illinois. Kanbrick is focused on buying, building, and growing great businesses for the long term. Kanbrick partners closely with owners and executives, taking a hands-on approach to empower people and companies to reach their full potential. For more information visit Kanbrick.com.

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SOURCE: Kanbrick

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PUB: 01/12/2021 11:03 AM/DISC: 01/12/2021 11:04 AM

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