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February 2012 Blog Posts (6)

Relying On Long Term Ownership To Secure The Future Of Europe

Europe, today, is not only facing a financial and economical crisis as the rest of the world, but a political and spiritual one as well.

Long term vision, sustainable economic growth and solid values are needed to give Europe again the energy and the universal purpose to build a suggestive project of common life.

Family businesses are the main asset on which the European economy can rely for recovery. They are the backbone of the EU’s real economy and the basic form of…


Added by Jesús Casado on February 28, 2012 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

Family Run Businesses

Families in Business – for the long term


A family-run business is typically one in which more than half the shares are controlled by members of the same family, or one that has been passed between generations.

Starting, leading and working in a family business can bring valuable benefits compared with other businesses - from greater trust between staff to increased flexibility.

A family…


Added by Edward Michael Worley on February 28, 2012 at 10:17am — No Comments

How to Survive and Thrive despite Lack of Succession Planning

Kathleen Thurmond Former Owner & CEO at Best Washington Uniform Supply, Inc.

After her father suffered a stroke, Kathleen Thurmond had to jump into managing her family business,…


Added by Carmen Lence on February 19, 2012 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Global Family Enterprise Case Competition Is First of Its Kind.

Burlington, VT, USA - The University of Vermont (UVM) School of Business Administration announces the inaugural 2013 Global Family Enterprise Case Competition (FECC). This first of its kind case competition will match undergraduate & graduate students enrolled in universities and colleges with the world’s finest family business programs.  The competition for the UVM Family Enterprise Cup will be held in Burlington, VT, USA from January 9 – 13, 2013.

Pramodita “Dita” Sharma,…


Added by Dann Van Der Vliet on February 14, 2012 at 2:57pm — No Comments


El hijo del fundador

El hijo del fundador de una empresa, que la recibe como legado, debe saber que ese legado no constituye para él ningún triunfo. No es ningún triunfo que el padre haya muerto y que él siga vivo, pues el padre seguirá estando presente hasta que el hijo muera. El hijo le debe todo lo que tiene y tendrá que ganarse la buena disposición del viejo difunto haciendo crecer a la empresa.

El hijo sabe que, en tanto él dirija la empresa, el…


Added by Jose Javier Rodriguez Alcaide on February 1, 2012 at 9:04am — No Comments

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