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INTERVIEW: Michael Feuer Is At It Again

In this interview with GRAND magazine, Michael Feuer discusses 21st century wellness, health and how the future is bright for Max-Wellness. Here’s an excerpt:

In 1988, low on funds but catapulted by a big idea, Michael Feuer launched OfficeMax, a brand that went on to transform the retail office supply industry and made its founder an iconic multimillionaire. OfficeMax sold in 2003 for $1.5 billion. Not bad for a man who subscribes to the motto ā€œIā€™d rather be lucky than good.ā€ Fact is, the man is both.

Michael Feuer, Photo by Roger Mastroianni
This time Michael has set his sights on changing the rules of what many believe is the trillion-dollar industry of this century. In 2010 he launched Max-Wellness, which he originally envisioned as a chain of retail health and wellness stores modeled after his OfficeMax success. Instead, Max-Wellness has become a movement led by a disruptive entrepreneur with a very big vision.

In a recent interview with GRAND, Michael described the scope of his strategy for Max-Wellness and shared some of his old-fashioned ideas about business, wellness, health care and grandchildren.

Click here to read the interview.

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