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Stevens Center for Family Business

T‌he Stevens Center for Family Business supports the success of family businesses through the generations with education, collaboration and networking.

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The Stevens Center for Family Business (SCFB) exists to support the success of family businesses, both in their business pursuits and their family relationships. Browse to learn more and how to become a member.

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SCFB 2022-23 Kick-Off Event

“Superheroes of Succession Planning”

September 22, 2022       7:30 to 10 am

Saginaw Valley State University, Curtiss Hall, Banquet Rooms A & B

 

The SCFB 2022-23 program year will open on September 22 with a unique perspective on Succession Planning: David Specht, Director of the Global Family Business Institute at the Drucker School of Management will describe the “Super Heroes of Succession Planning.” He’ll characterize four archetypes of FB senior leaders and their approaches – good, bad, or indifferent – to the crucial but often neglected process of identifying and developing a successor. Peer Group sessions will take place immediately following the major event, providing an opportunity for professionally-facilitated in-depth discussion about member firms’ own status as pertains to succession planning.  

 

The program line-up will proceed with an examination of Family Business Valuation later in the Fall, presented by a panel of SCFB Sponsors.  In January 2023, the SCFB will once again be celebrating the strength, resilience, and success of family businesses during the annual Member Dinner. The program year will round out in early Spring with an examination of potential exit strategies other than succession to a family member. 

Contact Us

(989) 964-2842(989) 964-2842

Director

Rejeana Heinrich
rrheinri@svsu.edu
(989) 964-4035

Membership Coordinator

Casey Stevens
cmsteve2@svsu.edu
(989) 964-2776

Office

CCB 313
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