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January 1, 2003

Many next generation people face the tough decision of whether to join or stay in the family business – and the FBN conference addressed ways of approaching this dilemma

Barbara Murray is Consultant Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Many next generation people face the tough decision of whether to join or stay in the family business – and the FBN conference addressed ways of approaching this dilemma

January 1, 2003

The FBN conference presented many opportunities for delegates to learn about issues affecting family businesses

Sabine Klein is a Research Fellow at INSEAD Fontainebleau, teaching family business at the University of Trier, and an associate with The Family Business Consulting Group, Marietta, GA, USA.

Justin Craig is a Postgraduate Research Fellow in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Family Business and an Associate of the Australian Centre for Family Business at Bond University in Australia.

Ken Moores is the founding and current Research Director of the Australian Centre for Family Business, Bond University, Australia.

September 1, 2002

FBN Finland was established in Finland during the spring of 1997 after years of deliberation.

Tarja Valde-Brown is senior communications consultant and deputy managing director at Eurofacts Oy, a Finnish public affairs and communications agency operating in the Baltic Sea region.

FBN Finland was established in Finland during the spring of 1997 after years of deliberation. Before its establishment, ideas, feedback and experiences were sought from elsewhere. Concern in regard to the future of family businesses and a desire to share experiences were the main reasons for the organisational effort.

June 1, 2002

Changing the perception of family business in Japan

Changing the perception of family business in Japan

This is an exciting moment in Japanese business history – the establishment of the FBN Japan pioneers the long-avoided acknowledgment and reassessment of businesses that are family controlled. And, as a result, it contributes in progressing an already large but weary family business sector. Prerequisites for such evolution, however, is for family businesses to rediscover their identity, to recognise their unique characteristics, and to learn more about managing them.

April 1, 2002

In anticipation of the forthcoming launch of a new FBN chapter in Japan, Sonia Totten leads a discussion between Yoshiharu Fukuhara, Honorary Chairman of Shiseido Corporation, and Jean-Pierre Lehmann, Professor of International Political Economy at IMD, about the current family business environment in Japan

In anticipation of the forthcoming launch of a new FBN chapter in Japan, Sonia Totten leads a discussion between Yoshiharu Fukuhara, Honorary Chairman of Shiseido Corporation, and Jean-Pierre Lehmann, Professor of International Political Economy at IMD, about the current family business environment in Japan

Sonia Totten (ST): To what extent is the current Japanese environment 'friendly'for new and emerging family businesses?

April 1, 2002

Geoffrey Dovey is Chairman of Dovey Premium Products Limited. DPP was formally established in 1977, although the origins of the business hark back to 1958. Geoffrey runs DPP today with his two brothers James and Jeremy. They distribute quality frozen food, drink and spices to Indian restaurants throughout Southern England. Geoffrey has an active interest in family companies and is a trustee of the UK Chapter of the Family Business Network

Geoffrey Dovey is Chairman of Dovey Premium Products Limited. DPP was formally established in 1977, although the origins of the business hark back to 1958. Geoffrey runs DPP today with his two brothers James and Jeremy. They distribute quality frozen food, drink and spices to Indian restaurants throughout Southern England. Geoffrey has an active interest in family companies and is a trustee of the UK Chapter of the Family Business Network

Saturday

January 1, 2002

Dr Alberto Falck talks to Families in Business about his involvement with the Italian family business organisation, AIdAF

Family businesses are at the heart of the Italian economy, and one of the sector's leading lights, Dr Alberto Falck, will have a prominent role at this year's Family Business Network conference in Rome.

January 1, 2002

Welcome to the first edition of Families in Business. This is the first international magazine dedicated to the special interests of business owning families.

Welcome to the first edition of Families in Business. This is the first international magazine dedicated to the special interests of business owning families.

January 1, 2002

This year’s FBN conference in Rome demonstrates that there is a wealth of information to be learned about the role of family in family business

Our adventures in family business began when we held our first 1-day seminar on succession. It has now been running for 15 years.

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