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Explore the journeys of Europe's most successful family businesses in "Lasting Legacy." Delve into the lives of these entrepreneurs to find out how family life and company strategy intersect with one another. The companies have to figure out what is best for the brand and not just for the family. Viewers follow the tale of the Illy family of Italy, an 83-year old coffee powerhouse looking to bring in a new CEO, Swiss watchmaker Chopard, menswear brand Zegna, Indonesian tycoon Sukanto Tanoto of RGE Group and the Chu siblings of the Mission Hills empire among many others.

Latest episodes

aired 23 days ago
Sukanto Tanoto's youngest son is taking the lead on the RGE Group's efforts to be more sustainable.
aired 30 days ago
Gildo Zegna and family share how they keep the family's heritage at the heart of the fashion group.
aired 37 days ago
Karl Scheufele, the owner of Swiss watchmaker Chopard since 1963, transforms the Geneva-based company into the internationally known brand it is today.

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