The Family Business: Moving from mine, to ours, to theirs
The DCU Centre for Family Business cordially invites you and a guest to join ‘The Family Business: Moving from mine, to ours, to theirs’ – A Legacy Series workshop exclusively for family businesses
When: Thursday 25th September, 8am – 11am. Where: Crowne Plaza Northwood, Dublin 9. For: Family Businesses with multi–generational involvement or businesses planning next generation involvement in the near future.
✓ Balancing tradition and innovation; ✓ Choosing and grooming the successor; ✓ Learning to let go; ✓ Ensuring the continuity of the family business.
✓ Guest Family Business Sharing the experience of two generations working together as one and succession planning.
✓ Dr Justin Craig Adjunct Professor with DCU Centre for Family Business; Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Northeasthern University, Boston, USA; Associate Editor, Family Business Review.
✓ Mr Niall Glynn Family Business Advisor with Deloitte Ireland.
RSVP: By email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01 700 6921
Places are limited so register soon! On this occasion the attendance is limited to family businesses only.
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