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November 1, 2003

It’s been two years since FIB first reported on the formation of a new family business organisation, the Institute for Family Business, the UK chapter of the Family Business Network. Suzy Bibko interviewed Grant Gordon to find out how the association had progressed.

It's been two years since FIB first reported on the formation of a new family business organisation, the Institute for Family Business, the UK chapter of the Family Business Network. Suzy Bibko interviewed Grant Gordon to find out how the association had progressed.

How have you seen IFB grow over the past two year? Has it evolved in any unexpected way (perhaps due to member input)?

September 1, 2003

The dilemma of accepting, as an in-law, an opportunity proffered within a family business can be a difficult one. Make sure you know exactly why it’s being offered before accepting the ‘challenge’

David Gottlieb joined his brothers-in-law and father-in-law in a Chicago-based family real estate business in 1996. In 1999, he and his in-laws founded Full Circle Communities, Inc, a philanthropic nonprofit devoted to the preservation and management of affordable housing, of which he is executive director.

The dilemma of accepting, as an in-law, an opportunity proffered within a family business can be a difficult one. Make sure you know exactly why it's being offered before accepting the 'challenge'

June 1, 2003

A family business that is mindful of the need for proper planning, monitoring and maintenance of legal issues will ultimately be more profitable and successful over the long-term

Patricia Angus is a lawyer and consultant to high net worth families on governance and philanthropic planning. She is President of Angus Advisory Group LLC in New York, USA.

A family business that is mindful of the need for proper planning, monitoring and maintenance of legal issues will ultimately be more profitable and successful over the long-term

September 1, 2002

The processes of conducting business have changed beyond recognition in recent years. Family businesses need to embrace communication and access to information for future success

Dr Pierre Jean Everaert  is the chairman of the board of Interbrew SA, and has been chairman of and served on many other boards around the world. He is also a professor at the Vlerick School of Business of the University of Leuven-Gent and a guest lecturer at several business schools in Asia and South America.

The processes of conducting business have changed beyond recognition in recent years. Family businesses need to embrace communication and access to information for future success

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