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A new, and exciting, year for The Practitioner

Practitioner-banner11-2012The PractitionerAs readers of The Practitioner have come to know, the dynamic worlds of family business and online publications intersect in ways that open up new possibilities for the production and transmission of knowledge in the globalized field of family enterprise.

The Practitioner has been at the forefront of re-envisioning the future of delivering outstanding content to audiences throughout the world. In addition to its longstanding commitment to publishing high quality, peer-reviewed content, The Practitioner’s move from a quarterly to weekly publication, restructured format, and interactive features have made it an open source publication with a greatly expanded reach. Indeed, the footprint of The Practitioner extends far beyond the scope of FFI’s membership, as the colored areas in our latest readership map indicate. The Practitioner is accessible to anyone in the world interested in and dedicated to the field of family enterprise.

Practitioner Reach Map

Readership by Country. Darker areas indicate higher levels of readership. Lighter areas indicate fewer readers. Data as of December 30, 2012.

Providing this type of vetted and globally accessible content is not only an essential goal of The Practitioner, it also furthers the core mission of FFI to Educate | Connect | Inspire. That mission is also the theme of the FFI global conference in San Diego, October 16-19, 2013.

2013 promises to be another exciting year of growth. But we need your help! Your participation (in a variety of forms) is crucial to furthering our objectives of disseminating exceptional and highly readable content to those interested in gaining insights into the ever-expanding field of family enterprise. Join us in advancing the mission and the field by:

As always, we invite your ideas and we look forward to the year ahead.

Best wishes for a wonderful 2013!

Yours in Practice,

The Practitioner

Coming up next week: the latest Media Watch.

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