Building A Business Empire Without ANY Marketing: Five Guys CEO: John Eckbert | E168

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John Eckbert is the CEO of Five Guys in Europe. By far the most successful ‘posh burger’ chain in Britain, John tells us how he took a classic concept to a whole new content by inventing a unique business model.

00:00 Intro

01:26 What shaped your business mentality?

08:20 Five Guy’s journey

20:14 Building a successful business without marketing

29:52 How to stop employees becoming compliant

33:06 Installing company values

39:27 Hiring the best people

46:42 Attention to detail

50:43 How do you keep calm?

55:18 Hardest moments & how to handle them

01:09:38 Critical feedback, standards & customer service

01:14:53 Business decisions and their impact

01:18:46 What’s the biggest threat to Five Guys?

01:20:01 What makes you happy?

01:26:00 Self-awareness

01:32:13 What’s are the foundations of your future?

01:37:37 Our last guest’s question

Five Guys:

https://fiveguys.co.uk/

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