Tag Archive: growth planning

Does Your Family Business Suffer from the “Elephant in the Room Syndrome?

by | May 11, 2010

Our guest blogger this month is Lauren Owen, family business consultant and founder of Lauren Owen LLC.  She will be co-presenting our seminar “Managing Family Business Relationships” on May 19.  Learn more. ——————————— The dynamics of a family business can sometimes cause what we call the “elephant in the room syndrome: unspoken topics that no... View Article

Three rules for thriving when the economy is barely surviving

by | February 28, 2010

We wrap up our month of “Ready, Set, Grow!” with a post from Tim Fletcher, President of Envirovogue, a company that manufactures eco-friendly bags and gives back to the community with every sale.  Envirovogue is poised and ready for growth this year; and in this post, Tim shares why now’s the time. ———————————————— 2010 promises to be... View Article

Cash Flow in Tough Times

by | February 26, 2010

Today’s guest blog post comes from Dennis Purvine of CFO Selections, a company offering interim CFO services to businesses. ————————————— Unless you have been hiding under a rock, you know our economy is still struggling. As a result, many businesses are strapped for cash. This is particularly true for small businesses, which haven’t had government... View Article