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September 1, 2005

Travel can be an intellectual and spiritual journey as well as a physical one. Joaquin Uriach describes how membership of the Spanish chapter of the FBN has enriched his life and enabled him to develop training opportunities for young people from business families

Joaquin Uriach is personnel manager of Laboratorios Uriach

Travel can be an intellectual and spiritual journey as well as a physical one. Joaquin Uriach describes how membership of the Spanish chapter of the FBN has enriched his life and enabled him to develop training opportunities for young people from business families

July 1, 2005

As a head honcho of a leading Swedish business newspaper, Hans-Jacob Bonnier has years of experience at the helm of a successful family business. This stands him in good stead as chairman of the Family Business Network, writes Scott McCulloch

Scott Mcculloch is editor of Families in Business

As a head honcho of a leading Swedish business newspaper, Hans-Jacob Bonnier has years of experience at the helm of a successful family business. This stands him in good stead as chairman of the Family Business Network, writes Scott McCulloch

May 1, 2005

Offering clearly marked highways and pointing out the right junctions is an effective way to motivate young people to commit to the family business. Mika Mustakallio looks at the options for preparing the next generation for the road to prosperity

Mika Mustakallio is a founding member of FBN International's Next Generation Working Group. www.fbn-i.org

Offering clearly marked highways and pointing out the right junctions is an effective way to motivate young people to commit to the family business. Mika Mustakallio looks at the options for preparing the next generation for the road to prosperity

March 1, 2005

Despite making up almost half of the workforce in the US, women still struggle to achieve the top positions. Suzanne Lane makes a few suggestions to women entering the workplace of their family business

Suzanne Lane  is program director at Loyola University Chicago Family Business Center.

Despite making up almost half of the workforce in the US, women still struggle to achieve the top positions. Suzanne Lane makes a few suggestions to women entering the workplace of their family business

March 1, 2005

In the difficult business environment following the stock market boom, family businesses often found themselves more adaptable than other companies. The key to their success: good family governance, argues Fidel Stöhlker and Franzika Müller Tiberini

Fidel S Ftöhlker is managing partner of Klaus J Stöhlker, a public relations company based in Zollikon, Switzerland.
Franziska Muller Tiberini is the owner of familienunternehmen.ch, a consultancy in Zurich for family-owned companies.

In the difficult business environment following the stock market boom, family businesses often found themselves more adaptable than other companies. The key to their success: good family governance, argues Fidel Stöhlker and Franzika Müller Tiberini

January 1, 2005

There have been one too many high-profile scandals where corporate governance is concerned. Were they preventable? Alden Lank thinks so

Alden Lank phan Schimdheiny professor of Family Enterprises Emeritus at IMD, Lausanne and former executive director, president, chairman and current honorary board member of the FBN.

There have been one too many high-profile scandals where corporate governance is concerned. Were they preventable? Alden Lank thinks so

November 1, 2004

Olivier de Richoufftz, FBN’s new executive director, answers a few questions

Olivier de Richoufftz, FBN's new executive director, answers a few questions

What is your personal interest in family business?

November 1, 2004

There is often a difficult dynamic between the shareholder’s need for return and the emotional attachment of the family to the business. A governance structure is required, namely the family council. Andrew Keyt explains

Andrew Keyt is president of the US chapter of the FBN and executive director of the Chicago Family Business Center.

There is often a difficult dynamic between the shareholder's need for return and the emotional attachment of the family to the business. A governance structure is required, namely the family council. Andrew Keyt explains

September 1, 2004

Entering a new phase in growth and development

Bill gordon sits on the FBN's steering committee and board.

Entering a new phase in growth and development

The way ahead for FBN International is challenging, exciting and will be more rewarding for our members across our growing global network. We are embracing change with a real sense of positive energy, shaped by the forward thinking proposals developed by the Steering Group, set up after the board meeting in October 2003.

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