A successful business needs a passion to develop products that really understands the needs and wants of its customer. That passion often dies with the founder and many businesses die as a result. This is a story of three different companies, from three very different cultures, with three different histories. Their differences share one uncommon feature; they all develop products that contain a living passion for excellence that cannot be replicated. Many companies try to copy successful products, but in doing so they lose the essence of what makes the product exceptional. It’s the same way a photograph differs from a hand painted portrait; it lacks the soul of its artist. The challenge for any family company is passing down the founder’s legacy. An apprentice needs not to only understand his teacher’s work, but to absorb his life force. Without it, it is impossible to evolve and develop the founder’s work whilst retaining his brilliance.

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