Making a Difference: How One New Zealand Created a Global Business, and His Thoughts on the Country's Direction
From humble beginnings in New Zealand Owen Glenn built up a highly successful global business empire and now he is concentrating on using his wealth to deliver significant philanthropic benefits here and overseas. This fascinating memoir gives insight into Owen's business philoso... read full description below.
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From humble beginnings in New Zealand Owen Glenn built up a highly successful global business empire and now he is concentrating on using his wealth to deliver significant philanthropic benefits here and overseas. This fascinating memoir gives insight into Owen's business philosophies and commercial strategies especially with regard to international business expansion and success. It also decribes how Owen is now using his considerable energies to contribute to the world in a philanthropic sense. In addition, it covers Owen's ideas as to the best way forward for New Zealand Inc. He is keen to see the country he loves succeed and he has clear ideas on where and how we should be channelling our energies. This is a great read, inspiring and aspirational for every New Zealander.
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Owen Glenn recently sold OTS Logistics Group, a truly integrated global transport conglomerate. He was an internationally-recognized leader in the logistics industry and is an inspiration to others interested in business and entrepreneurial opportunities. He founded the Glenn Family Foundation, and in 2005 contributed NZ$7.5 million to The University of Auckland Business School. He also supports a range of other causes, including the AUT-Millennium Institute of Sport and Health and New Zealand Hockey. In India, the Foundation continues to support the rescue of children from exploitation, and village development. He was appointed to the New Zealand Order of Merit and received an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Auckland.