Tag: family entrepreneurship

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Why I Left My Investment Banking Job to Join the Family Business
Living Entrepreneurship
Why I Left My Investment Banking Job to Join the Family Business » For Kate Began, the draw of joining the family business was the challenge of inventing new ways to grow, creating new processes and staying ahead of the competition.
Crooked Oak’s Head-First Dive Into Craft Spirits
Living Entrepreneurship
Crooked Oak’s Head-First Dive Into Craft Spirits » What started as an experiment for a family of entrepreneurs has grown into a full-fledged business, putting a new spin on classic spirits.
Roshni Nadar Malhotra on Building India’s Future
Amplifying Social Innovation
Roshni Nadar Malhotra on Building India’s Future » Roshni Nadar Malhotra has spearheaded a multitude of initiatives and programs that prepare India's next generation of women leaders, and the next generation of nation builders in India’s classrooms.
Bobby Sager: “You Need to Understand Your Customer”
Amplifying Social Innovation
Bobby Sager: “You Need to Understand Your Customer” » How did Bobby Sager, who grew up outside of Boston and married his high school sweetheart, become the international philanthropic force he is today?
Keeping It In The Family
Living Entrepreneurship
Keeping It In The Family » My two sisters and I have always had the family business itch, but it took a few years—and a pregnancy—to come up with the right idea.
Debating the Exit Strategy
Living Entrepreneurship
Debating the Exit Strategy » For the venture-minded entrepreneur, an end might be a successful business … but then what? What are the different paths to “done” for an entrepreneur starting out? Is it going public, getting acquired, starting a spin-off, or expanding to multiple locations?
Turning Points for Family Business
Living Entrepreneurship
Turning Points for Family Business » Merge family dynamics with that complicated institution called a family business and you have potential for epic conflict. And, the time that is most fraught with conflict is the transition of the business from one generation to the next.
Opportunity Focus: Corporate Suppliers
Living Entrepreneurship
Opportunity Focus: Corporate Suppliers » The most inspiring business idea goes exactly nowhere without customers, and for business-to-business (B2B) services, that means persuading someone to part with corporate money.