Family Business Challenges, Economics and Legislative Concerns
Family firms have a tremendous impact on the overall U.S. economy. These findings suggest that family businesses, in our broadest definition, contribute 54% of private sector GDP, or 7.7 trillion USD and are responsible for employing 59% of private sector workforce, or 83.3 million jobs.
One characteristic of stable family businesses is consistent leadership, with the uncertainty and disruptions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic of the last year, these privately-owned businesses have demonstrated remarkable resilience and flexibility to continue to thrive and grow amidst the chaos.
EFBC invites you to join a virtual workshop with Patricia M. Saldano, the President of Family Enterprise USA, to talk about overcoming challenges and achieving your business growth objectives.
About Family Enterprise USA:
FEUSA represents all family businesses on a national scale in Washington, DC. Their main mission is to promote family-owned businesses and their job growth in America. FEUSA conducts non-partisan research that emphasizes the economic contributions of family businesses as well as the challenges these businesses confront, which is subsequently utilized to educate the public and government leaders.
About Patricia M. Saldano
Patricia M. Soldano has spent over 30 years providing family office services. She developed Cymric Family Office Services into a multi-family office in 1996, and sold to GenSpring Family Offices in January 2009, where she was Managing Director of Western Region for GenSpring for 5 years and then a Family Office Consultant to GenSpring until December of 2017. Ms. Soldano is President of Family Enterprise USA; its mission is to promote the growth of family businesses in the US.
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12:00 PM-12:45 PM
This is a free event.