Sept. 28 Session Focuses on Family Business Challenges
By Carmelle Druchniak
UNH News Bureau
DURHAM, N.H. -- What challenges await the family business in the next century?
The University of New Hampshire Center for Family Business hosts a session on "Challenges Facing Family Businesses in the 21st Century" Tuesday, Sept. 28, at the New England Center on the Durham campus.
The session begins with registration and continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m. The program begins at 9 a.m. followed by lunch and networking.
The program will begin with an overview of the family business and family business changes expected early in the next millennium. Participants then will construct a comprehensive, pragmatic family business assessment tool which they can use in developing their own specific planning initiatives.
Program presenters are Everett Morris and Cynthia Adams, family business experts from Genus Resources, a national consulting firm specializing in family business.
The session is offered through the Center for Family Business' Penley Forum. For more information, contact the center at 603-862-1107.
September 20, 1999