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July 15, 2014

Apollo Hospital Group’s promotion of four second-generation sisters to key executive roles signals the family business is preparing for entrepreneurial activities, a family business academic says.

Apollo Hospital Group’s promotion of four second-generation sisters to key executive roles signals the family business is preparing for entrepreneurial activities, a family business academic says.

This month, Dr Prathap Reddy, 80, founder and chairman of the Indian healthcare giant, announced Preetha Reddy, 56, already anointed his heir apparent, would have expanded duties under her new role as executive vice-chairwoman.

October 23, 2013

With many companies nearing the first-to-second generation transfer phase, Asian family businesses have been forced to learn the art of succession planning quickly. CampdenFB looks at what the region is doing to meet the challenge.  

With many companies nearing the first-to-second generation transfer phase, Asian family businesses have been forced to learn the art of succession planning quickly. 

February 7, 2013

Apollo Hospitals – a large family-run hospital chain in India – has decided to set up a family council to steer the business into the third generation of family management.

Apollo Hospitals – a large family-run hospital chain in India – has decided to set up a family council to steer the business into the third generation of family management.

Company founder Dr Prathap Reddy is still chairman at the age of 80; he founded the first Apollo hospital in Chennai in 1983. Three generations are now working in the family business simultaneously.

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