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Family Business

January 1, 2003

In 2000, Interbrew put 35% of its shares on the stock market in an operation worth €3 billion. Yet the world’s third-largest beer maker remains a company where the family runs the show

Jozef Lievens is managing director of the Belgian Family Business Institute and an attorney with Eubelius lawyers.

In 2000, Interbrew put 35% of its shares on the stock market in an operation worth €3 billion. Yet the world's third-largest beer maker remains a company where the family runs the show

January 1, 2003

Samuel C Johnson Family Enterprises were the recipients of the 2002 IMD Distinguished Family Business Award. Over the past decade, the company and the family behind it have seen phenomenal growth – in both the business and the family dimensions

Joachim Schwass is Professor of Family Business, IMD and Director, the IMD – Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch & Cie Family Business Center.

Samuel C Johnson Family Enterprises were the recipients of the 2002 IMD Distinguished Family Business Award. Over the past decade, the company and the family behind it have seen phenomenal growth – in both the business and the family dimensions

January 1, 2003

Battle for the heart and soul of a company

Professor Randel S Carlock is the Berghmans Lhoist Chaired Professor in Entrepreneurial Leadership, and Director of "The Family Enterprise Challenge" executive programme at INSEAD. Elizabeth Florent-Treacy is Research Project Manager at INSEAD.

Battle for the heart and soul of a company

January 1, 2003

Berit Kjeldsberg (47) is the CEO of R Kjeldsberg AS (established in 1856), an investment company in Trondheim, Norway. The company is engaged in the coffee industry, real estate development and venture investments. Berit is concerned with building good traditions for leading the 5th generation of siblings and cousins into the future

Berit Kjeldsberg (47) is the CEO of R Kjeldsberg AS (established in 1856), an investment company in Trondheim, Norway. The company is engaged in the coffee industry, real estate development and venture investments. Berit is concerned with building good traditions for leading the 5th generation of siblings and cousins into the future

Monday

November 1, 2002

Shane O’Reilly is managing director of O’Reilly’s Rainforest Guesthouse in Queensland, Australia, which has been in business for 77 years and is currently managed by the third generation of O’Reilly’s. The guesthouse, situated in Lamington National Park, a world heritage site, has 70 rooms and is rated 4-star; it also runs its own small vineyard – Canungra Valley.

Shane O'Reilly is managing director of O'Reilly's Rainforest Guesthouse in Queensland, Australia, which has been in business for 77 years and is currently managed by the third generation of O'Reilly's. The guesthouse, situated in Lamington National Park, a world heritage site, has 70 rooms and is rated 4-star; it also runs its own small vineyard – Canungra Valley.

Monday

November 1, 2002

Just as the market for its fibre-optic technology began to unravel, Corning published three books to celebrate its 150-year history and a member of the founding family is ­back at the helm

Howard Muson is a writer in Sleepy Hollow, NY, who specialises in management issues and business histories. He is also an associate of Lansberg Gersick LLC, a consulting and research firm in the USA that advises family companies around the world.

Just as the market for its fibre-optic technology began to unravel, Corning published three books to celebrate its 150-year history and a member of the founding family is ­back at the helm

November 1, 2002

Spain has the opportunity to leverage its family business brands in order to promote the national image abroad

Barbara Murray is Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Spain has the opportunity to leverage its family business brands in order to promote the national image abroad

November 1, 2002

Fernando Casado, Managing Director of the IEF, talks about the important role that lobbying plays in Spain

Suzy Bibko is Editor-in-Chief of Families in Business magazine.

Fernando Casado, Managing Director of the IEF, talks about the important role that lobbying plays in Spain

Suzy Bibko (SB): What is the history of family business lobbying in Spain?

November 1, 2002

Leopoldo Rodés, Honorary President and founder of the IEF, talks about the current state of affairs surrounding Spain’s rich culture of family business

Leopoldo Rodés is originally from Barcelona, a law graduate and Honorary President and founder of the IEF. He is currently President of the Media Planning publicity group, and is a member of the Executive Committee of the French multinational Havas. He is also a patron of cultural events and President of the MACBA Foundation.

Leopoldo Rodés, Honorary President and founder of the IEF, talks about the current state of affairs surrounding Spain's rich culture of family business

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