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THE NEXT GENERATION Featured
24 April 2017

THE NEXT GENERATION

Succession planning in family business
HANDLING a family business to the next generation is a major process, from selecting and developing the successors, to protecting the brand reputation and retaining knowledge.

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LOOKING FOR START-UP CAPITAL? Featured

Sorting the wheat from the chaff

IN a world which has woken to the need for investment in innovation and disruption, there is no shortage of wonderful ideas looking for the financial and non-financial skills and resources of partners and investors to grow.

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EXPANDING THE FAMILY BUSINESS Featured

How to recruit your children

By Justin Dowd

IT’S a common expectation for parents to want their children to be involved in the family business.

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GETTING THE STRUCTURE RIGHT Featured

Agreements can avoid pitfalls

By Justin Dowd

THERE’S a unique dynamic that exists in family businesses.

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HANDING OVER CONTROL Featured
01 January 2017

HANDING OVER CONTROL

Legal side to be aware of

By Justin Dowd

FAMILY business owners work tirelessly to make a success of their commercial entity, often pouring their heart and soul into the job.

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28 December 2016

KEYS TO COMMUNICATION

Do your FB meetings add value?

A COMMON misconception in family businesses is that if they can communicate effectively amongst the family members, they are well positioned for efficiently managing the business and achieving their goals.

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YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH WEALTH Featured

Moving from now to next

FIRST, understand what it is you own and how you own it. Then ask yourself Why? Understanding your relationship to wealth will be important in developing future plans.

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