Write for The Practitioner

Thank you for your interest in writing for The Practitioner. There are several ways to contribute.

Submission Guidelines

We invite contributions of articles, blogs and podcasts to The Practitioner for weekly and special issues. See below for submission guidelines for these issues.

Write an Article:

  • Only original, unpublished work will be considered.
  • Articles should be 1,500 words or less.
  • Articles will be edited for space and flow.
  • Articles should be geared to family enterprise practitioners—not the family business owners themselves.
  • Articles should include practical, real-life examples that illustrate how your ideas may be implemented. We’re looking for usable, actionable advice!
  • Please include a professional bio, description of your firm, a head-shot (.jpg or .gif files accepted) and current contact information of no more than 200 words.
  • Submit documents in Word format. Do not submit PDF files.
  • Accompany your submission with a signed FFI Letter of Agreement (downloadable here).

The editorial committee has the right to publish or decline any submitted material at its discretion.

Complete the article submission form here.

Become a Guest Blogger:

  • Blogs should be 400-600 words.
  • Other requirements, as above.

Complete the blog submission form here.

Submit a Podcast:

  • Podcasts should be no more than 10 minutes.
  • Other requirements, as above.

Complete the podcast submission form here.

Special Issues for 2017: May, September, November:

Go here for details on the 2017 Special Issues related to the conference theme, “Family Enterprise: Electrifying”


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