Our Family Business programs offer members of family-owned enterprises the opportunity to meet, connect, and learn from each other, as well as from experienced leaders.
2021-2022 Family Business Program Schedule
- Wednesday, Oct 13, 2021 - The Puritan Backroom Conference Center, Suite B, Manchester NH
Rhonda Farrington, CCP, Managing Director, The Wilson Group
Topic: CEO Compensation and Current Practices
What are the things you’ve wondered about compensation for your employees, management team, yourself and family members in the business? Join this program for a healthy and open discussion and exercise on compensation philosophy and the importance of market data to determine job worth. Compensation is always a tricky subject, get equipped to feel confident, especially in this tight job market.
- Wednesday, Nov 3, 2021, Combined Event with CEO members, Portsmouth Country Club, Portsmouth NH
David M. Karofsky, Principal, The Family Business Consulting Group
Topic: So, You’re in the Family Business…..
- Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - Puritan Backroom Conference Center, Suite B - Manchester NH
Chuck Richards, CEO Core Value Research
Family businesses have a lot on their plate, including a lot of distractions from internal and external sources. They know they want to be profitable, they want to keep family relations harmonious and they realize they have an incredible responsibility to their community’s economy. However, it’s not always easy to clear the clutter and know what pain points to address first. Chuck Richards, founder/CEO of CoreValue Software will join us to help de-clutter the road map, find ways to profitability and alignment among owners through proven methods with businesses such as yourselves, all over the country.
- Wednesday, March 2, 2022 - The Puritan Backroom, Manchester, NH
Peter Rayno, Vice President/nh banking & Lending DirectorEnterprise Bank
James Key Wallace, Executive DirectorNH Business Finance AuthorityRachael Roderick, Deputy District Director, NH OfficeU.S. Small Business Administration
Laurel Adams, President Regional Economic Center of Southern NH
Topic: Financing in a Family Business
In every business, lending is a way of life. Whether it’s for capital purchases, expansion, acquisition or to finance an ownership transfer, there will come a time for every family business to take on calculated risk. Luckily, there’s more than one way to get there to what your company goals are. Learn about good debt and bad debt and how to leverage your company in the right way. Join a panel of lenders, traditional and non-traditional, to take you through the scenarios, the options and what you need to know.
- Wednesday, April 27, 2022 - The Puritan Backroom, Manchester NH
Scott McKenzie, Managing DirectorBaker Newman Noyes
- 8 AM: Coffee, Networking, Light Breakfast
- 8:30 -12 PM: Program
- 12 - 1 PM: Working Lunch
Meeting Location 2021-22 Season:
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