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Category: Family Businesses and Partnerships

Dennis Jaffe
Dennis Jaffe joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what he learned after interviewing many century-old family businesses – multi-generations – about how they made it happen, and why values is at the center of the success.
Dennis Jaffe
Dennis Jaffe joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what it takes for a founder’s business to last and be sustained into several generations of more than a century.
Fredda  Brown
Fredda Brown joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the challenges family businesses are telling her about, and why the senior members of those organizations have to manage with wisdom and perspective.
Fredda  Brown
Fredda Brown joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the fact that all small businesses are family businesses, and to talk about how to manage yours during a pandemic emergency, when stress is high.
JJ Ramberg
JJ Ramberg joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the success she and her brother have had doing business together, from startup to growth, and now adding a new startup together.
Gary Pittsford
Gary Pittsford joins Jim Blasingame to report that only 25% of children take over the family business for many reasons, including financial issues and the inability of the parent/owners/sellers to turn loose of the business to the kids.
Gary Pittsford
Gary Pittsford joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the first steps to take as you prepare your business to have new owners after you retire, including assembling an Exit Team of legal, accounting/tax, and financial experts.
Gary Pittsford
Gary Pittsford joins Jim Blasingame to report on the current demographic forces that are and will continue to drive how millions of Baby Boomer business owners will divest of their businesses, whether to family or not.
Jay Mincks
Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current economic crisis of businesses not being able to hire enough qualified employees, and some of the management adjustments being taken to deal with the problem.
Gary Pittsford
Gary Pittsford joins Jim Blasingame to report that only 25% of children take over the family business for many reasons, including financial issues and the inability of the parent/owners/sellers to turn loose of the business to the kids.

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