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Family Business in the Middle East

Interesting comment on family businesses in the Middle East in the Continuum 2011 Conference Proceedings.Continue

Started Jul 25, 2011

Senior Lecturer/Lecturer post in Family Business at the Univeristy of Strathclyde
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The Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship at Strathclyde Business School is recruiting for a new post in Family Business - a summary of the post is attached. Professor Sara Carter has requested that…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter N Thornton Jul 17, 2011.

New MSc Programme ..... What should we tell them about family business?
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We would welcome some input from colleagues in family business here. We have recently developed a new MSC in International Management and Leadership and a Hospitality variant, live from September.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter N Thornton Jul 17, 2011.

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New Workshops from the Scottish Family Business Association

RESOLVING DISPUTES IN THE FAMILY BUSINESS

It’s inevitable that family businesses, with their mix of generations, active and inactive shareholders, family and non-family employees, may encounter internal conflict which can be both serious and crippling for the business.

The SFBA believe it is crucial to explore how a business family can manage their differences in order for their business to continue and flourish.

This workshop will give you practical help and expert advice in order to avoid the litigation route and steer your business, or your client’s business, towards mediation. In many cases, mediation will almost certainly avoid long term damage to relationships which is particularly crucial when family are involved.

This topic for this interactive workshop is very popular so places are limited – we strongly recommend you book early to avoid disappointment.

Date Location Time How to Book
20th Aug 2010 Glasgow 09.15 - Noon BOOK GLASGOW

27th Aug 2010 Dundee 09.15 - Noon BOOK DUNDEE

14th Sept 2010 Inverness 09.15 - Noon BOOK INVERNESS

21st Sept 2010 Stirling 09.15 - Noon BOOK STIRLING


Cost: - £45.00 + VAT per delegate

Book your place today by emailing mhairi@sfba.co.uk or call Mhairi or Joanna on 01698 723346.


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New Masters Programmes with a Family Business Focus

Very pleased to see our new Masters programmes with a family business focus highlighted in Tharawat - the magazine for family businesses. The MBA (Family and Smaller Enterprises) is designed for those who have business experience, whilst the MSc programme is more suitable for those who are making the transition into studying business. Funding options are available for the MBA programme for  Scottish students via the Student Awards Agency for Scotland. For further details contact me at…

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Posted on May 12, 2016 at 16:23

Applications Welcome for PhD Research in Family Business

We will shortly be advertising three areas where we would be keen to see PhD level research developed - for further details contact me direct at cseaman.ac.uk.

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1: Resilience and Innovation in Scottish Family Farm Businesses

Scottish farming is…

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Posted on January 25, 2016 at 14:57

A Special Issue of Futures on the Future of Family Business is now available for free access for a linited period of time

We (Kathleen Randerson, Giovanna Dossena and Alain Fayolle) are happy to announce the publication of a special issue in the journal Futures: the journal of policy, planning and futures studies, vol. 75.

Futures®, Elsevier and the guest editors are happy to offer you free access to our articles until March 3rd, 2016, just follow the links…

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Posted on January 20, 2016 at 17:05

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At 9:49 on February 27, 2017, FRANK KWABENA said…

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At 15:29 on June 10, 2010, Guillermo Salazar said…
Thank you Claire! I'll post a blog about what's going on in Latin Amercia in FB research. All the best,
Guillermo
At 21:39 on April 2, 2010, Ken Stewart said…
Thanks for your input and assistance at the SFBA seminar during the week. Family Businesses in general do not achieve due recognition in the marketplace and the more the word is spread the better for all concerned.
It was good to hear from other advisers and the open forums were illuminating.
Have a good Easter.
At 14:59 on April 2, 2010, Frank O Donnell said…
HI Claire, thanks for a very informative day the information provided will without doubt add value to both my clients and my business, it was fantastic to see to many people who are comitted to assisting business owners in ensuring the future of the businesses in a way that is beneficial to all parties concerned.

I look forward to the next event
At 12:56 on April 2, 2010, Gerry Forristal said…
I particularly enjoyed the open discussion & breakout element and I think the rest of the people in the room felt the same. Perhaps discussion around case studies would be interesting? See what people come up with in terms of solutions or things to consider. Or maybe create a fictional company with a particular set of issues and by the end of the day two teams have to come back to the group and present their solutions for open forum discussion. I think that would be fun and engaging with a good mix of business owners and advisors etc. What do you think?
At 12:29 on April 2, 2010, Graeme Low said…
Claire, Thanks for inviting me to join.

I will be attending the following event that might be of interest to you:

http://www.strath.ac.uk/familybusinessforum/

Happy Easter!

Graeme
At 12:18 on April 2, 2010, Gerry Forristal said…
Hi Claire! I certainly will :-) Thank you for facilitating on Tuesday, it was a brilliant day and very insightful. Ken & I are very much looking forward to the next event!
At 14:11 on February 21, 2010, Louise Scholes said…
Hi Claire. Good to hear from you. This is fun isn't it, just like Facebook. Yes I'll be going on Friday, shame you can't make it. Hope to catch up soon. Louise
At 0:26 on February 21, 2010, Dr. Wilson Ng said…
Dear Claire,

Many thanks for writing. I started at Westminster Business School 1 Feb. New place, same job researching & teaching SME growth. I only wish I practised what I preach in entrepreneurial activity as this sort of network could really connect us researchers with entrepreneurs in large parts of the world outside the UK where entrepreneurship is part & parcel of human survival.

Speak soon,
Wilson
 
 
 

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