NEWS

DEALING GENTLY? – CONTROL IN THE FAMILY AND IN THE FAMILY FIRM

CFB Next, the student communitiy of Corvinus Center of Family Business organizes its event for the second time to talk about current and interesting topics, this time namely about the performance management systems existing (or not existing) in family firms.

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HEADING TOWARDS TO THE 2nd INTERNATIONAL FAMILY FIRM CONFERENCE

The annual international conference on succession, governance and innovation in family business will be held on 21th March this year with a focus on challenges of HR and digitalization issues.

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THREE-WAY JUNCTION – SUCCESSION IN FAMILY BUSINESSES

CFB Next, the student community of the Center of Family Businesses organizes its first event for interested students and graduates both with and without family business background. Our main topic is the successors’ triple dilemma of “further education vs. launching own career vs. joining the family business”.

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BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER – GOVERNANCE AND SUCCESSION IN FAMILY BUSINESSES

The Center of Family Business of the Corvinus University of Budapest held an international conference on 22 March entitled „Governance and Succession in Family Businesses – Where are we now and what can we learn from international practice?”

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DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIP 2018

CFB announced its doctoral scholarship program for 2018. You can download the detailed description of the announcement in Hungarian and in English.

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Governance and Succession in Family Businesses – Where are we now, and what can we learn from international practice?

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STAY IN THE FAMILY!

The situation of family businesses is not only a business issue but also a social matter. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the topic, it can be relevant to all three faculties of the Corvinus University of Budapest as well as other areas outside of the university. Interview with Prof. Dr. György Drótos.

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IN THE TRACES OF FAMILY BUSINESSES

Although family-owned medium and large enterprises are important actors of the Hungarian economy and society, relatively little is known about them. Interview with Dr. Attila Wieszt.

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