Editorial: Help Wanted: Must have skills, values Nearly in 1 in 3 family businesses in central Ohio report that they’re worried about finding qualified people to fill jobs. While that… read more →
Business advisory groups comprised of individuals from similar industries or performing similar roles have become useful tools for business leaders. Family business presidents and CEOs are no exception. The objective… read more →
A Buy-Sell Agreement is a contract that provides for the future sale of your business interest or for your purchase of a co-owner’s interest in the business. Start with the… read more →
Family owned businesses are big business in the United States. While some are the stereotypical “Mom & Pop” store, others are Fortune 500 companies. In fact, there’s a pretty good… read more →
Bea Wolper and Kelly Jasin, of Emens & Wolper Law Firm, share a tongue-in-cheek list of reasons you may not be ready to lead your family business.
For many family-owned businesses, managing, understanding, and adapting to the numerous changes associated with healthcare reform have been overwhelming challenges. These challenges, however, can be made easier if a proactive… read more →
Does a family-owned business need an advisory board? YES! Advisory boards create accountability and provide independent and unbiased feedback and advice on challenges and opportunities in your business.
About the time I completed my 1,000th business valuation, I started to notice two disturbing trends within family businesses. The first was a major disconnect between the actual business value… read more →