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Success and succession: Five characteristics of a good family business

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Chances are high that seven out of 10 of the businesses you know are family owned. As defined by audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), a

 

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How CEOs Can Work with an Active Board

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

At companies of almost all sizes, across all sectors, boards are undergoing a profound transformation. Largely as a result of

 

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Solving the Puzzle of Ownership Alignment in a Family Enterprise

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

alignment  noun | ə-ˈlīn-mənt State of agreement or cooperation among persons, groups, nations and the like with a common cause or view

 

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The Cork Family Business Breakfast meeting hosted by Cork Chamber of Commerce and Chartered Accountants Ireland, Cork Society was a great success last Friday the 17th.

 

The four speakers covered all areas necessary and were very encouraging of being proactive in an enduring family Business:

Brian O’Brien of PWC presented the findings of the 2016 PWC Family Business Survey and shared his views.

 

Brendan Twohig of MK Brazil who spoke about the Tax Implications in Family Business and it was the funniest tax talk I have ever heard.

 

JJ O’Connell of Family Business Ireland & Plato Cork and Jan Harte owner of Jan Harte & Associates co-presented. JJ focused on the Opportunities and Pitfalls working in a Family Business and the Importance of Planning & Processing and Jan Harte spoke about the Importance of Culture in Family Business and How to Create the Culture you want.

 

 

 

 

 

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