Dr. Annelie Karlsson, Executive Director, FBN Sweden, lead Faculty for XV International Convention on Family Business 20 -21 March 2013: New Delhi
Indian Family Businesses form the ‘backbone’ of the Indian economy and hence there is a need to extend the life span of these family businesses so that the economy can continue to derive benefit from their contribution.
• How should business families cope with the generational gap?
• How should they fulfill the aspirations of the members of the business family while achieving sustainable profits and growth?
• How can they keep the family and the business together?
The answer is the Family Business Network
CII along with FBN International has formed the CII-FBN India chapter with an aim of creating a nationally representative body of members of families owning & managing family owned businesses in India.
Panel Discussion on “ Letting Go” (left to right)
Mr. Prasad M Kumar, Business Chairman - Institution Building & Governance GMR Group.
Mr Arun Bharat Ram , Past Chairman, CII-FBN India Chapter and Chairman , SRF Ltd.
Mr M V Subbiah , Past Chairman, CII-FBN India Chapter & Chairman, National Skills Development Corporation and Former Chairman Murugappa Group
Mrs Anu Aga Director, Thermax Limited and Chairperson,Thermax Social Initiative Foundation (TSIF)
Mr Rooshad Patel Managing Director Hi Tech Resistors Pvt Ltd