The ESADE Alumni Lleida Club is pleased to invite you to their forthcoming talk, ''Few family-owned businesses make it to the third generation.Why?'' by the economist Sergio Rodríguez Clariana on Thursday February 7th at 19:00.
Sergio Rodríguez Clariana will draw upon his career experience to answer the question he asks in his book: why it is so complicated to juggle emotions and business, family matters and profitability, succession and equity? In other words, how can all these variables be combined to ensure the desired success and growth?
During his talk, Sergio will explain why family-run businesses must professionalise their management in a well-defined and structured manner if they are to ensure their growth or sustainability in today’s economic scenario.
Sergio Rodríguez Clariana
Sergio Rodríguez Clariana graduated in economics from the Babson College, Boston, and is a member of the Family Firm Institute, the famous association of family firm consultants. He is an associate professor at the Universitat de Lleida and a partner in the family firm consultancy division at Addvante. He provides guidance and implementation by working inside companies with their personnel.
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