Dubai, United Arab Emirates, September 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Family is the keyword in family business. The dynamics of the economy and business landscape is ever changing, especially in the Middle East. The next generation might be unprepared to take over the wheels and steer the business in the initial planned route.
Representatives from established family owned business and associations are joining hands to be part of Marcus Evans’s MENA Family Owned Business conference scheduled in February 2017 in Dubai. Several topics covered will be on adopting best governance framework to increase business sustainability, grasping the elements of prerequisites to ensure successful planning and considering IPO whilst maintaining family business culture.
Top speakers include David Harvey (Chairman of the Board, Family Firm Institute Worldwide, UK), Zainab Fakhruddin (Executive Board, Fakhruddin Holdings, UAE), Fadi Hammadeh (Group General Counsel, Al-Futtaim Group, UAE), Mona Almoayyed (Managing Director, Y.K. Almoayyed and Sons, Bahrain), Jinan Zoya (General Manager, Family Business Council, Gulf, UAE), Ashraf Gamaleldin (CEO, Hawkamah, UAE), Sultan AlShaali (CEO, AlShaali Group, UAE), Adel Alsuhaimi (Former Director, Global Suhaimi Group, KSA).
One of the main highlights of this conference will be the anticipated workshop touching on management succession planning and ownership succession planning: as well as leadership development to prepare successors for the future which will be run by them and their generations ahead.