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Guillermo Salazar
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  • Miami, FL
  • United States
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Occupation relative to family business
Family Business Member, Family Business Advisor
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Behavioral Science, Management
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Guillermo Salazar was born in Venezuela. He holds degrees in Architecture, Master in Construction Management, Master in Management of Family Business and a Diploma in Systemic Family Therapy by the Sant Pau Hospital (Barcelona). In 2008 he received the Certificate in Family Business Advising by the Family Firm Institute (Boston, USA). He is a speaker in different countries and developed his professional career as a Researcher, Teacher and Advisor in Family Business. He has authored or co-authored three books, as well as many articles in specialized books, magazines and web sites. In 2003 he became part of "" and in 2005 he led the Education & Research Department of Fundacion Nexia, until 2008, when he became part of the family business advisors team in Garrigues, one of the biggest law firms in Europe. In 2009 he returned to Venezuela and founded Exaudi Family Business Consulting. In 2010 he was named as a member of the board of the Family Firm Institute. In 2012 he joined the Akro Multi Family Offices Advisors team, based in Miami, with clients around Latin America.

Guillermo Salazar's Blog

Seven songs that come to mind when working with family businesses

Working as a family business consultant is usually an intense and exciting activity. Sharing with families changes to their processes, or resolving difficult challenges in family relationships are some of the experiences which can result in great professional satisfaction ... or leave you truly exhausted.

Sometimes in the course of drafting a Family Protocol (Constitution) or during a session of a Family Council, we live through situations (pleasant at…


Posted on August 5, 2013 at 2:30pm

Siete canciones que vienen a mi mente cuando trabajo con empresas familiares

El trabajo como consultor de empresas familiares suele ser una actividad intensa y apasionante. Compartir con las familias sus procesos de cambios, entablar conversaciones difíciles o resolver trabas en las relaciones de familia, son algunas de las experiencias que te pueden dejar con una gran satisfacción profesional… o dejar verdaderamente exhausto.


A veces, en el transcurso de la redacción de un Protocolo Familiar o durante la sesión de un Consejo de Familia, vivimos…


Posted on August 5, 2013 at 2:30pm

Are you a Family Business expert? You can write for The Practitioner!

Published by The Family Firm Institute, The Practitioner features the latest thinking, research and trends in the field, providing comprehensive news, analysis, trends and research intelligence affecting the family enterprise provider community. Through its blog and online journal The Practitioner provides family enterprise professionals with practical, user-friendly content on best practices from across the core disciplines of behavioral science, law, finance, and…


Posted on April 10, 2013 at 2:36pm

What’s the Rhythm of the Family Business in Latin America?

Exaudi Research (, together with distinguished academic institutions, business associations and consultant firms from different Latin American countries*, headed a study of 750 family businesses in Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. The main objective of the study was to determine the demographic traits and the impact of the environment in the managerial and strategic decision making of the…


Posted on August 7, 2012 at 12:30pm

¿Cuál es el ritmo de las empresas familiares en Latinoamérica?

Exaudi Research (, junto a destacadas instituciones académicas, asociaciones de empresarios y despachos de consultores de diferentes países latinoamericanos*, lideró un estudio sobre unos 750 negocios familiares en Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, México, Perú, Uruguay y Venezuela, cuyo principal objetivo fue determinar sus características demográficas y las principales incidencias del entorno en la toma de decisiones gerenciales…


Posted on August 7, 2012 at 12:30pm

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At 7:25pm on March 15, 2010, andrea gutierre jimenez said…
Guillermo muchas gracias Si recien me estoy inciando en estos temas,pero estoy muy avida de aprender. me desemepeño como tutora virtual para una maestria que imparte la Fundacion Universitaria Iberoamericana
Estare gustoza de intercambiar ideas contigo. He leido tu perfil y hay cosas que me interesan conocer. Este seminario tambien lo tengo ahi en la agenda. cuentame mas al respecto
At 8:02pm on April 5, 2010, andrea gutierre jimenez said…
hola guillermo como estas ? te cuento que estoy en bogota en una junta de docentes virutales. Voy a mirar en detalle el programa que me mandaste y te doy mis comentarios. Ojala que pueda asistir.
At 3:03pm on February 23, 2011, Silvia Gómez Ansón said…

Hola Guillermo,

Gracias por la invitación.

Un saludo,


At 7:38pm on June 10, 2011, Ileana Grexy García Torres said…
Guillermo, te reitero las gracias por la invitación. Saludos...
At 11:28am on November 24, 2011, Horacio A. Irigoyen said…

Guillermo quiero hacert llegar algunas colaboraciones. Donde???



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