Family businesses dominate the economic landscape on a global scale. Estimates are that these businesses create 70% to 90% of global GDP annually and drive innovation and employment. Their resilience and flexibility are well documented competitive advantages. However, research and practical advice focussing on families in business is relatively new. Your family business can now secure competitive advantages by accessing this new knowledge in applicable ways from those at 
the leading edge – Moores Family Enterprise.

The unique paradoxes evident in family businesses can lead to innovation, entrepreneurialism and generations of profitability, or into a nasty web of challenges and premature dissolution. These challenges often revolve around periods of transition, limited communication, squabbling siblings, intergenerational clashes, and remuneration for family members actively working in the business. In the interest of both the family AND the business these challenges can be carefully managed with no hostile retaliations..

Research consistently shows that successful family businesses minimise their weaknesses, capitalise on their strengths and proactively plan for the future. They achieve sustained competitive advantages while building family unity accessing knowledge of best practices through education and communication processes. This access is now conveniently available by collaborating with Moores Family Enterprise.

Internationally recognised and nationally acclaimed family business authorities, Moores Family Enterprise have been researching and working with family owned businesses for over 20 years.  Professor Ken Moores AM, founding Director of Bond University’s Australian Centre for Family Business has teamed up with his qualified and experienced daughter Anthea Moores in offering a unique world class family business consulting practice.

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