Warren Buffett’s former deputy is launching a support program for mid-sized businesses

SourceBusiness Insider
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CountryMiddle east

Paul Morigi/Getty Images Warren Buffett's protégée is launching a support program for medium-sized companies.Tracy Britt Cool left Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway last year to cofound Kanbrick, and the investment firm now plans to help a handful of executives boost their companies' long-term growth."Many businesses are facing challenges in the wake of this unprecedented year, and the 'Build with Kanbrick' program allows us to partner and build relationships with founders, owners, and CEOs," Britt Cool said in an emailed statement.Britt Cool joined Berkshire in 2009 as Buffett's financial assistant, and went on to chair the boards of several Berkshire businesses and serve as CEO of another one, Pampered Chef.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Warren Buffett's former lieutenant is rolling out a support program for mid-sized companies, offering a select few executives the chance to learn from someone who worked closely with the famed investor for a decade. Tracy Britt Cool left Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway conglomerate last year to launch Kanbrick, a long-term investment firm. "Build with Kanbrick" is a free, three-month program that will select up to five business owners and CEOs and help them to accelerate their companies' long-term growth. Read more: An ETF expert breaks down his ...read more...