The Next Generation

The Next Generation


Family Business2FamilyBusiness Case Study: The Third Generation Challenge

The Al Mamnoon group was established in 1967 in Kuwait by Mohammed Al Mamnoon. With great commitment and hard work Mohammed grew his small...

Aligning Family and Business Culture – Creating Competitive Advantage

Originally an anthropological term within the social sciences, "culture" is, in everyday language, a word typically associated with the characteristics and customs of nationalities,...

Family Business CSR Checklist

Photo by from Pexels Family businesses are said to be the backbone of Arab economies. They are strongly embedded in their communities and consider...

Family Business Investing in Family Businesses – Banca March

The Banca March was established in 1926 on the Balearic island of Palma de Mallorca by Juan March and his family. The March family...

Perspectives on the Next Generation in Family Businesses – Q&A with Prof. Craig Aronoff

Prof. Craig Aronoff has been in the family business field for near to 40 years. In 1994, he established together with family business pioneer...

Advice from a Next Generation Family Business Member – Interview with Razan Jafar

On Being Part of the Next Generation Crescent Petroleum is an upstream oil and gas company with headquarters in Sharjah, UAE, and offices all over...

Discussion on a Successful Next Generation

Q&A with Rania Labaki Dr. Rania Labaki, Associate Professor of Management Sciences at the University of Bordeaux IV and researcher specialised in finance and family...
Coffee Throughout the Generations – Al Hamdani

Coffee Throughout the Generations – Al Hamdani

The Al Hamdani family business is over a century old. Its true passion and the source of its continuous success lie in the flavour...

Mowgli – On Mentorship in the Middle East

With unemployment in the MENA region rising and now standing at 10.3%, the highest regional rate in the world (ILO, 2011), Arab countries alone...

Family Managed Businesses in India – Opportunities and Challenges

Family businesses are the lifeline of India's economy. Almost 90% of Indian businesses are family-owned, which makes the rest of the business community largely...

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