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Five reasons why you should come to the 2021 virtual family business conference

Posted in   |  March 5, 2021

This isn’t your regular Zoom meeting. This is an experience your family will talk about all year. Join us on April 29th and 30th.

1. Keep your family a family and your business a business.

Don’t let business matters impact your family relationships.

Working with your family every day can sometimes be challenging, but you don’t want to bring those challenges home to the dinner table. Bring your entire family to this family business conference to keep the lines of communication open and everyone on the same page.

  • Is your family willing to have the tough conversations?
  • Do you enjoy the holidays together?

Jolene Brown’s presentation and workshop will get your family talking and using tools to ensure open communication among family members.

2. National family business experts and success stories are at your fingertips.

A lawyer, a CPA and a family business advisor walk into the room…and are ready to share their knowledge!

How do you build a culture that leads to business success? Are there ways to avoid taxes when you sell your business to family? Will children raised in the family business feel entitled? Do you show up authentically to your family and employees?

You’ll learn about all these topics and more during the family business conference. You’ll maximize the value with takeaways from every session.

3. Create meaningful and personal connections with family businesses from across the country.

Family businesses share unique challenges. Learn from each other in dynamic and intimate sessions.

  • Connect one-on-one with other virtual attendees
  • Find families that have similar characteristics to you
  • Meet your future board members
  • Build your network

This virtual conference is one easy login to access your entire conference experience. With multiple ways to create personal connections with other attendees and sponsors, you’ll walk away with a broader network to lean on as you navigate family business challenges.

4. Make your family, your business, and your employees a priority.

We value what gets space on our calendars. Show your priorities by joining in April 29th & 30th.

Put in the time and effort for your business to last and make the transition. Say yes to spending one and a half days defining your legacy and creating a path for the future of your business. Your family needs you. Your employees need your business. Your community needs your business. A lot is on your shoulders. We understand!

That is where we come in – this conference will give you education and connections to make the best decisions possible. And it couldn’t be easier! All you have to do is show up, engage and then make a plan to implement all you will learn.

5. Access from anywhere on April 29th & 30th and throughout the month of May!

Be Focused. Be Proactive. Be Successful.

Focusing ON the family business can’t be limited to a couple days a year. Keep the conversation going by revisiting key sessions or catching ones that you missed. Block time on your calendar every month to continue focusing on key issues for your business throughout the year. You’ll be glad you did.