July 18, 2012
7:30am to 10:00am
Kreischer Miller, Horsham
Family-owned businesses face extraordinary natural complexities due to the exquisite intermingling of family and business. This is especially pronounced during generational transitions when the family, management, shareholders, and often the advisors are unclear and confused about the path ahead. Often, the family and the business end up in the ditch. Many family businesses don’t make it to the next generation, but some are thriving. What are healthy family-owned busineses doing, so that both the families and the businesses flourish?
- Sally Derstine, Managing Director, Delaware Valley Family Business Center
- Henry Landes, Founder, Delaware Valley Family Business Center