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Family functioning, family governance, family members in the business -- some family businesses get it right! Share your knowledge, insights and questions.
What are some new and exciting ideas about family businesses making and managing money? What interesting things have you seen? What questions do you have?
Let's celebrate success! Share ideas which are helping family businesses succeed -- or ask some questions which can help you succeed.
It's not as easy as it looks -- especially in tough times. What are some good ideas you have seen or experienced? Have any questions?
Can you recommend a book, article, blog post, web site, etc. which you have recently read and found valuable? (Please include a link to the resource if available).
Write a description of your family business event -- and share your knowledge with the world. Photos from your event can help others to feel like they were there!
What's the status of family business in your corner of the world?