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The Founder

 
The characteristics of a founding owner highlight the differences between small and large companies.      

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The Family

         
The family unit can be a major source of conflict for a family company. On the one hand, the successor for the top job is most likely to be a family member, while on the other hand family members’ interests and objectives can be divergent. 
 

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Setting up Abroad

         
The challenge of international expansion comes with compelling growth opportunities for a company seeking to advance and expand, even with an awareness of the risks that such ventures carry.

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Employer Branding

         
Attracting high-quality hires and earning their loyalty are crucial issues for many companies. And the talent shortage, which will grow worse in the coming years, will make the challenges even tougher.

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Why Does Leadership Matter?

For family companies facing a generational transition, leadership takes on crucial importance because the transition coincides with a cultural break (a once-in-30-years leadership change). That’s where the true meaning of leadership comes into play: an attitude grounded in a set of personal qualities, whose focus is on the emotional side of company management.

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Continuity in Family Businesses

 
In a family company, the first succession is particularly important, because it determines whether the company will outlive its founder. 

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Montréal et le buzz des start-ups

Une expertise globale au service des cédants et des repreneurs  Comme un musicien, l’entrepreneur est souvent au départ un créatif doté une idée.

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Continuity management in family SMEs

         
Continuity or succession in a family company is fraught with issues that are seldom managed well. Read more...