The "FamBiz Toolkit" is here to support family business in Greece

Wednesday, 29/05/2024

Resources for family business leaders!


In an important move to strengthen the core of the Greek economy, Alba Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece, is proud to announce its partnership with NN Hellas to introduce the "FamBiz Toolkit" program. This innovative initiative is designed to support and strengthen family businesses and its members across Greece, which constitute approximately 80% of all businesses in the country and play a crucial role, especially when it comes to local economies.

The "FamBiz Toolkit" program is crafted to be an invaluable resource in the daily operations of family businesses in Greece. Recognizing the unique challenges faced by these enterprises, the program aims to provide tailored support to ensure their sustainability and growth. This new initiative will focus on critical issues such as succession planning, sustainability, intergenerational growth, management, customer retention, and the integration of new technological tools.

The core component of the "FamBiz Toolkit" is an online platform featuring informative and educational material tailored to the needs of family businesses in Greece. This dynamic platform will be continuously updated with a library of articles, features, and resources addressing contemporary concerns of family business owners and members. Topics will have a big range and will be curated to empower family businesses to thrive in the modern Greek economic landscape. The "FamBiz Toolkit" is being curated by AHEAD, Alba's Graduate Business School Hub for Entrepreneurship and Development.

Our vision at Alba Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece, aligns with NN Hellas's commitment to adding value to Greek society and supporting economic prosperity for future generations. By equipping family businesses with the necessary tools and knowledge, we aim to ensure their longevity and success. This initiative reflects our shared values of care, clarity, and commitment to societal progress.

The "FamBiz Toolkit" is designed for all members of family businesses, with a particular emphasis on the younger generations. They often face the challenging task of continuing the legacy of their predecessors and by providing them with modern strategies and educational resources, the program seeks to empower these future leaders to navigate and overcome the complexities of business succession and growth.

Ms. Filippa Michali, President of the Board of Directors & Managing Director of NN Hellas, highlighted the company's dedication to societal value: "At NN Hellas, we strive to add value in everything we do, through our products, services, and social actions. Our collaboration with Alba Graduate Business School is a testament to our vision of a prosperous future, supporting family businesses that are vital to the national economy."

Dr. Kostas Axarloglou, Dean of Alba Graduate Business School, echoed this sentiment: "Our partnership with NN Hellas for the 'FamBiz Toolkit' program represents our commitment to empowering family businesses with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed. We are dedicated to fostering an environment where these enterprises can thrive and contribute to the overall economic prosperity of Greece."

If you are a member of a family business, we invite you to stay informed and benefit from our latest updates, insights, and resources. Register for our newsletter here to receive regular updates directly to your inbox.

The newsletter will include:

  • New articles and features on succession planning, sustainability, and business management.
  • Success stories and case studies from other family businesses.
  • Tips and best practices for navigating the complexities of business succession and growth.

Join us in this journey to empower and sustain family businesses in Greece. Stay connected and make the most of the "FamBiz Toolkit" program by registering in our newsletter today.

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