Family Business Best Practices
Explore your family business and better understand what you can do to
ensure success and continuity across generations.
Presentation by Gabriel Dhahan
Breakfast Event: Wednesday, November 25, 2020, 9-11am
Family businesses vary greatly. On the business side, they operate in different industries and markets, have varying structures, and exist as small, medium, and large entities. On the family side, each has their own unique blend of history, values, family members, and sticking points. Simply put, no two family businesses are alike.
Yet although family businesses differ, they all benefit from applying better practices for how they work as families, as owners, as managers. This takes time and effort but the results are worth it, especially when considering business continuity across generations. Join us as we explore what those better practices are and how best to implement them.
Gabriel Dhahan is a Manager at Bellrock Benchmarking Inc., a boutique management consulting firm. He has a wide breadth of experience working with family business clients in construction, food services, digital marketing, distribution, and more. He is passionate about solving tough problems and enjoys digging in to ensure that leaders achieve
lasting valuable change.
Gabriel earned his MBA from Royal Roads University and is a certified Family Enterprise Advisor (FEA). He serves on the FEX Vancouver Advisory Board, chairs a local BC FEA Meetup, and has participated as a mentor In YWCA’s NextStep mentorship program.
FBA - your business family.
To promote the sustainability and growth of Vancouver Island business families by providing education and support through community and shared experience.
We are an engaged and supportive community of vibrant Vancouver Island business families and advisors who connect, share ideas and learn from each others’ unique experiences.
Our organization has been providing a community of support to family businesses on Vancouver Island since 1999. We help families in business succeed through shared experience, education and resources. FBAVI is where Vancouver Island business families go to connect, grow and learn for sustainable success across generations.