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Who will lead the family and/or the firm into the next generation? How to disentangle personal and business relationships? Should long-term investment take precedence over short-term dividends?


About the course

Recent research indicates that most families that achieve financial success—typically through a family company—lose their success within three generations. Why do some family enterprises derail while others prosper? This new program for multigenerational families will help you understand and implement the important driving factors of long-term, enduring, family enterprise success. The course also examines where family enterprises are going and what will drive their success in the future economy.

A majority of the world’s wealth is created by family owned businesses.
Estimates suggest that businesses that are majority owned by a single family’s members contribute to 70-90 percent of the world’s GDP

 According to Family Enterprise USA, over 90 percent of family businesses feel that what sets them apart from non-family firms is a long-term investment philosophy, commitment to employees and suppliers and contributions to their communities.  

There are 5.5 million family businesses in the United States.  Family owned businesses contribute 57% of the GDP and employ 63% of the workforce. 

The outperformance of family firms globally is demonstrated by a 6.65 percent difference in return on assets in the US, and at least an 8 percent difference in Europe.

About our trainers


They are accomplished, proactive, performance driven and professional managers with over 15 years of progressive expertise in project delivery, leadership and problem solving.


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