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Family business academic honoured with national award

Professor Ken Moores, Director of the Australian Centre for Family Business at Bond University, was recognised for his outstanding contribution to the family business sector recently with the National Chairman’s Award from Family Business Australia.

The award was presented at the Family Business Australia annual national conference in Perth.

Dr Moores is on the board of Family Business Australia and has contributed his wisdom and knowledge to the organisation over the last 10 years.

The award follows on from Professor Moores’ recognition with a Doctor of Business earlier in the year for his research into the family business field.

Also at the Family Business Australia conference, Nick Bloor from Technigro was presented with the highest individual award – the Jason Lea Award. This award recognises an individual with a strong entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to family business best practice.

Mr Bloor is a valued partner of Bond University and provides opportunities for MBA students to work alongside the board of Technigro to assist the business in identifying new commercial opportunities.

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