Prairie Family Business is hiring!
Do you know a qualified candidate for our Business Development Manager?
We are currently seeking applicants for the position of Business Development Manager. This position will be located in Sioux Falls travel to surrounding states is required.
Responsibilities include: Implementing strong programs for recruitment and retention of PFBA members & sponsors. Conduct market research to identify potential members & sponsors. Meet with current and prospective members & sponsors, locally and within the Midwest.
Family businesses are the backbone of society.
It takes hard work, persistence, and determination for a family business to succeed with overlapping family and the business systems. Prairie Family Business Association, the center for family business education in the Midwest, exists to help family business succeed for generations through quality education and networking.
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By: Carolyn A. Thompson, Founder Thompson Law, PC, Sioux Falls, SD Every prudent business family should schedule [...]
PFBA’s major impact on us has been to provide structure and resources that made it possible for us to add Family Business planning to our busy schedules. The webinars and reading suggestions have been enormously helpful to us and we’ve made huge strides.
It was good for us to review the history of our business together and put in writing what exactly had allowed us to be successful. It was a helpful exercise to specify our business’s goals and values.
The NextGen program could not have come at a better time. I took away invaluable information and real-life situations that I brought to my family and management team to prepare for our future.