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Paul Orfalea

Paul Orfalea is a Lebanese American businessman known for founding the copy-chain Kinko’s. 

He was born on November, 28, 1947, in Los Angeles, California, and is of Lebanese descent. Paul has published multiple books, established the philanthropic Orfalea Family Foundation, and grew his business to more than a thousand locations. 

Before his rise to fame, Paul received his Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the University of Southern California. Throughout his career, Paul has received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Philanthropist of the Year Award, Ellis Island Medal of Honor, and a CEO Hall of Fame Award.


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