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GU hosts annual family owned business conference on March 13

A noted expert on helping families run family-run businesses will headline the annual Gonzaga University School of Business Administration’s Family Owned Business Conference, 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on March 13 in the Jepson Center auditorium.

Leading the day's session is Andrew Keyt, executive director of the Loyola University Chicago Family Business Center. This year's event is “Your Family Business: Building Success. Building Your Future.” Cost is $195 per person for the first two family members, $45 for each subsequent family member. 

Small businesses, family members, and managers of family businesses are welcome.

Keyt will lead a discussion of one of the most critical aspects of running a sustainable family business: company governance. He will outline a successful family business governance system and discuss how family businesses can improve success across generations.

The conference is sponsored by Davis Wright Tremaine  and Moss Adams.


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