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Entrepreneur Informer celebrates the innovation, dedication, and success of a wide range of noteworthy entrepreneurs. Focusing not only on those who have had great ideas, but those who have successfully transformed their visions into original products, valuable services, and prominent companies, Entrepreneur Informer examines the trials and accomplishments of visionaries who have launched recognizable brands including Yahoo!, Home Depot, U-Haul, Best Buy, and H&M.

Beyond highlighting individuals who have developed products to fulfill an existing need, this website delves into the stories of those who have both revolutionized existing markets and spearheaded new ones. As entrepreneurs serve as a driving force behind technological development, many of Entrepreneur Informer’s featured professionals have spurred innovation in the tech sector. This website also offers an overview of leading professionals in fields such as entertainment, real estate, construction, and financial services. Additionally, Entrepreneur Informer provides information on some of the world’s leading investors, many of whom have achieved prominence across various industries.

Entrepreneur Informer operates with an international scope, examining accomplished professionals from varied locations such as Venezuela, Mexico, Korea, China, Taiwan, Russia, and Ukraine. As such, the website details their rise to prominence both within their geographic markets and on a global scale. Entrepreneur Informer offers detailed, fact-based histories of these entrepreneurial ventures, from inception to international acclaim. In providing these histories, Entrepreneur Informer examines business leaders’ educational and professional backgrounds, charting the development of the skills and values that would later contribute to entrepreneurial success.

In addition to providing information about the world’s most innovative business leaders, Entrepreneur Informer explores many of the methods behind effective entrepreneurship. Its featured entrepreneurs have utilized carefully deliberated strategy in investment, product development, and geographic expansion to achieve international prominence. In compiling the stories of these innovators, Entrepreneur Informer seeks to present their accomplishments to a wider audience, providing an introduction to the achievements and impact of these impressive individuals.


  • Hoang Kieu: Vietnamese-American Entrepreneur

    Hoang Kieu was born in Vietnam and is an American citizen. In 1975 he began his professional career in the United States at Abbot Reference Laboratories. Hoang managed the first FDA-approved testing laboratory for the plasma industry, the testing were mostly for Hepatitis B.

    He founded Rare Antibody Antigen Supply Inc. (RAAS) in 1980 and began to acquire a number of plasma centers in the United States. In 1987 he entered the Chinese market. Hoang collaborated with Shanghai Blood center at a time when no foreign company was allowed to own 50 percent of

  • Bernardo Caprotti: Italian Supermarket Magnate

    Italian Bernardo Caprotti who is in his late 80s likes to keep his business in private hands. Although he has built through the decades one of the largest supermarket chains in Italy he has not taken his company public. Well, given the fact that he has been quite successful in this industry without need for further public capital he seems to have all the reasons to keep in private hands.

    It began in 1957, when Bernardo heard his rivals were planning to build Italian supermarkets with Nelson Rockefeller, who in the future would become

  • Peter Spuhler: Rail Magnate

    Peter Spuhler was born on January 9, 1959, in Seville, Spain. He was educated at the University of St. Gallen and is a Swiss citizen. Peter was a former Swiss Army officer, and later served for 13 years in parliament.

    Yet Peter has been most active in the private sector as a businessman and is the CEO of Stadler Rail. He started at a small locomotive-parts manufacturer called Stadler. The grandfather of Peter’s wife had founded the company 50 years earlier. In 1989, Peter bought Stadler from her