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Fine-tuning the Family Business

20-Apr-21 10:00

Fine-tuning the Family Business

Like everything else this past year, family-run businesses have had to restrategize just to get by. However, the crisis helped some companies reprioritize and see more value in the family aspect of their enterprise. We catch up with Mohar Yusof and Leilanie Mohd Nor, founders of Bina Pavo, a consultation firm specializing in ventures run by families, to talk about adapting to new ways of doing business, alternative finance, as well as succession planning.

Produced by: Arvindh Yuvaraj

Presented by: Arvindh Yuvaraj


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Categories:  Personal DevelopmentEntrpreneurship

Tags:  consultationprofessionalsuccessionbusiness


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