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Family Business Conference


Thu 4 Apr 2019, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: Caccia Birch House, 130 Te Awe Awe St, Palmerston North

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Individual family business member: $350.00
  • Family business couple: $600.00
  • Family of three: $850.00
  • Family of four or more: $1,100.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: bob19xl

This exciting and unique one day conference is for anyone who is involved in a family business or farm business. It provides practical, down to earth information as well as a chance to share ideas and experiences with other family businesses.

There will be two leading family businesses presenting on their experiences of leading and growing a successful family business - Garry Beard, Chairman of A.H.Beard and Tony Beattie, CEO of Directus. One of these businesses is over 118 years old and in its 4th generation!

Plus, there are six interactive workshops to choose from, each facilitated by an experienced business professional with expertise in one of the six areas.

Workshops available on the day and included in the conference fee, include:
- Building your family business for a successful sale
- How to prepare for potential financial crises
- Building and managing your family and business capital
- Developing a successful family business strategy
- How to have those difficult family conversations
- Planning your legacy for future generations

Principals, Phil Pryor and Bob Selden will draw on their 25 years of combined work with family businesses in three different countries. They will offer insights into the “do’s and don’ts” of great family businesses to help you recognise your own growth opportunities.

So, make sure you bring your family so they can all learn and share in this amazing day.

“The mix of love and money is a potent brew… and needs to be managed carefully. This conference is an exciting opportunity to learn how to avoid the pitfalls while growing your business and your family.” – Philip Pryor, CEO Family Business Central

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