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How the Constituencies of Family Enterprise Have Changed over the Last 25 Years

The PractitionerAn audio interview with Drew Mendoza, managing principal of The Family Business Consulting Group.

About the contributors:

Drew Mendoza is managing principal of the Family Business Consulting Group, Inc. He specializes in assessing the needs of enterprising families, having completed thousands of intake assessments since the firm’s founding in 1994, and hundreds more before that as the founding director of a leading university based research and learning center for family businesses. Can be reached at mendoza@efamilybusiness.com.

 

Mike Fassler, an associate with the Family Business Consulting Group, has been serving family businesses since 1984. Mike provides family business planning services with a focus on helping his clients grow their relationships, capabilities and businesses. He helps families develop and implement plans to transfer leadership, management, and ownership of their businesses to both family and non-family successors. Mike is a member of The Practitioner Editorial Committee and can be reached at fassler@thefbcg.com.

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