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Joseph and Giancarlo Turano Discuss Pros and Cons of Working In A Family Business

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  • Date Added : 10/16/2006
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Giancarlo Turano

  • National Sales Manager, Turano Baking
  • male
  • Caucasian
  • 1979 (Age: 42 years old)
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
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Biography

Giancarlo Turano is National Sales Manager at Turano Baking.

Turano Baking was founded as Campagna-Turano Bakery, Inc. in 1962 by Mariano Turano. His entrepreneurial spirit lives on in his grandchildren Joseph and Giancarlo Turano II. Since joining the family business, Joseph and Giancarlo have broadened the scope of Turano Baking Company to become a $100 million company with over 600 employees, which serves thirty-five of the top 100 National Restaurant Chains. The company commands a strong share in Chicago's competitive specialty bread market.

Giancarlo Turano is a 2001 graduate of Cornell University.

So as we continue to grow, the growth is our biggest challenge, you know. My grandfather had no risk, he had nothing to lose, now there is 650 families to worry about and you know, a whole family, large family. We have two uncles and six cousins involved besides ourselves and our brother Anthony. ...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 13 Joseph Turano Discusses History of Turano Bakery
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 2 min. 24 sec.
Video 2 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano Discuss The Growth of Turano Baking Company
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 1 min. 45 sec.
Video 3 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano Discuss Importance of Developing Partnerships
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 2 min. 1 sec.
Video 4 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano Discuss Nationwide Expansion
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 1 min. 55 sec.
Video 5 of 13 Joseph Turano States Reacting Quickly Is Critical To Business Success
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 0 min. 27 sec.
Video 6 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano State Importance of Empowering Employees
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 1 min. 4 sec.
Video 7 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano State Importance of Persistence And Share McDonald's Example
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 3 min. 21 sec.
Video 8 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano State Challenge Of Remaining Persistent With McDonald's Project
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 3 min. 20 sec.
Video 9 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano Discuss Importance of Seizing Opportunities and Believing in Yourself
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 3 min. 42 sec.
Video 10 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano Discuss Pros and Cons of Working In A Family Business
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 1 min. 4 sec.
Video 11 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano Discuss Challenges of Growth and Remaining Competititve
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 0 min. 57 sec.
Video 12 of 13 Joseph and Giancarlo Turano State Importance of Having Passion and Excitement Within An Organization
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 0 min. 41 sec.
Video 13 of 13 Giancarlo Turano States Patience and Timing Are Critical To Success In Business
  • Joseph and Giancarlo Turano - Lecture - Turano Bakery
  • 10/16/2006
  • Giancarlo Turano
  • 0 min. 50 sec.

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