Honor an exceptional family business CEO

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In today’s climate, businesses need solid leadership in order to ensure generational continuity. Is your company CEO — family or non-family — doing something remarkable to ensure the long-term success of your family business? Here is a way to honor the work of your CEO, or the chief executive of another family business you know. 

We invite you to nominate that person to be included in our upcoming special feature, Family Business CEOs to Watch. This spotlight section recognizing exceptional business leaders will appear in the Nov./Dec. 2020 issue of Family Business Magazine.

Use the form at this link to make your nomination. The nomination deadline is August 26, 2020. There is no nomination fee.

Family Business CEOs to Watch is presented by:

Questions? Contact Barbara Spector

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