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Ep 75: Preparing Your Business for Sale and State of FBA Acquisitions in the APAC Region with Adrian Johnston, Co-Founder of Una Brands

Yoni Kozminski
March 2, 2022
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This week's episode is with Adrian Johnston, Co-Founder & Head of Strategy in Australia at Una Brands. Una Brands is an e-commerce aggregator headquartered in Singapore. Prior to launching Una Brands, Adrian spent 5 years as a consultant at Boston Consulting Group specializing in Retail.

Before this, Adrian spent 3 years in banking at Goldman Sachs in London. Adrian holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Maths from Oxford University, an MBA from INSEAD business school and an MPA from Harvard University.

Topics & Timestamps:

0:00 Episode introduction

3:19 Adrian Johnston background & experience

14:15 Una Brands acquisition process

20:14 Aggregators in APAC region

26:05 Dynamics of co-founders

34:59 Building strategy in operations

42:03 How Una Brands can help

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Episode Transcript

Yoni Kozminski
Founder & CEO - Escala & MultiplyMii

The host of Successful Scales by night and the CEO of Escala & MultiplyMii by day with a burning desire to solve the problems that exist in scaling businesses.