I was a member of the inaugural class of BOE. What I got out of it was a lot of great contacts, both with the peers who were in the group with me and then the mentors who were there. I also got a lot of good business nuggets.Read full Testimonials
Rick Sapio is a life-long entrepreneur who started his first company, a bicycle repair business, after the death of his father. He was just 13 years old. Since then he has founded more than 20 companies. After college, Rick worked in the investment industry, and traded distressed securities. Shortly thereafter, he became the youngest partner at his firm, after making more than $1 million in commissions and $100 million in transactions in one year. He was still in his mid-twenties. At the age of 30, he started an investment holding company, called Mutual Capital Alliance, Inc. (MCA), which has made more than 50 investments in the past 17 years. His firm invests in private companies, public companies, start-ups, and real estate. M.C.A. has more than 35 holdings which include publicly-traded mutual funds, private funds, 11 start-ups, real estate, and distressed loans. His firm is also an active investor in 10 healthcare and medical device companies.