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July 1, 2004

Many younger generation members find themselves in the position of a predestined future in the family business. This personal experience argues that work experience outside the family business is good preparation

Bella Hopewell is a managing partner with C. Hoare & Co.

Many younger generation members find themselves in the position of a predestined future in the family business. This personal experience argues that work experience outside the family business is good preparation

February 1, 2002

In this issue’s guest editorial, Dr Manesh L Shrikant examines the Indian family business scene and the challenges it faces in achieving future growth and prosperity

The landscape ofIndian family managed businesses (FMBs) is in a state of disequilibrium, even turmoil, as evidenced from certain performance paradoxes given in Table 1, on the next page. Analysis is not easy and future prognosis is even more difficult. However, by examining the evolution of India and its businesses, it is clear that certain challenges must be met for Indian businesses and India as a nation to move forward and prosper.

The business context

February 1, 2002

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 has left the Russian markets wide open and made room for new family-run enterprises to prosper in a nation of eager consumers

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 has left the Russian markets wide open and made room for new family-run enterprises to prosper in a nation of eager consumers

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