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ACFB scholar to present Family Business Best Practice Awareness Workshop

Professor Ken Moores will be presenting the Family Business Australia Best Practice Awareness Program in Brisbane this February.

The workshop aims to raise awareness of the issues and challenges facing family businesses. The program delivers evidence-based information about the processes and structures used by the most successful family businesses – both in Australia and internationally.

Family Business Australia advertise why families in business should attend the workshop: “Family businesses have a distinct competitive advantage – you just need to learn how to harness it, build on the positives and manage the challenges.”

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