Generations of Excellence–Brazil
Generations of Excellence–Brazil

Overview

September 26-28, 2012 | São Paulo

 

BRAZILIAN FAMILY BUSINESSES

Family businesses are a vital part of the Brazilian economy. They make up the majority of all Brazilian businesses, and 70% of the largest business groups in the country. Despite their high performance, family companies face the threat of survival, as summarized by the three-generation rule: Pai Rico; Filho Dobre; Neto Pobre. Participants in the Generations of Excellence–Brazil program learn successful strategies for addressing common challenges and building a strong legacy to pass to the next generation.

 

TOPICS ADDRESSED IN THE PROGRAM

Participants from Brazilian family businesses explore these issues and proven strategies for addressing them:

  • Increased business competition, locally and abroad
  • Capital constraints to grow the business
  • Limited management talent
  • Developing effective corporate governance and family governance
  • Preparing the next generation to lead and responsibly own the business
  • Developing family unity around a shared mission, vision and values
  • Family conflicts that can destabilize the family and business
  • Generating wealth to support a growing family
  • Building family discipline and enthusiasm for the family enterprise

 

Speakers

Venue

The World Trade Center, São Paulo, Brasil

Registration

Thank you to all those who have registered for the Generations of Excellence–Brazil program. Registration is now closed as we have reached our full capacity for the program.