Tag: family business
Q: My brother-in-law requested me to help his several businesses. However, I need help managing him as he often listens to my recommendations less. What should I do?
After launching their KAFF store a few weeks before the COVID-19 global lockdown. Former ex-pat-founded Filipino café shares its journey, including all the bumps along the way.
We are aware of how difficult it is to start a business. More so, to continue the business and hand it over to the next generation. Rough roads are likely to happen, and everyone should be united to strengthen the industry in any kind of business.
The Philippines is a country with a tight-knit family relationship. In fact, extended family is evident. There may be four generations living under one roof. Living from a distance may not be a practice. Families of overseas Filipino workers tend to live nearby.
Listen to this new podcast from the Philippines' top business mentor, Armando "Butz" Bartolome, as he shares his tips on "Understanding the Family Generation Syndrome", a situation when the children of the founder of a successful business have weak or have lost interest in continuing the enterprise.
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is providing its "Itik Pinas" eggs and ducklings for its family food source and livelihood program implemented during the COVID 19 pandemic.
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