Your story is important
By Ann Kinkade
This spring, a diverse group of family business leaders from across the country converged in Washington, D.C., for Family Enterprise USA’s (FEUSA) Capitol City Family Reunion—the first time a representative body of family enterprises has ever done so. It was educational, enlightening and energizing as we shared our personal stories, successes and challenges. Despite our many differences, we found many common characteristics and identified several shared values. These commonalities provide an opportunity to cultivate a shared public image and to educate the media, policymakers and others on public policy issues that impact us all.
Refreshingly, family businesses have many allies in …
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