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a corporation that is entirely owned by the members of a single family

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Family businesses in the GCC are perhaps like sunshine in the region: seen everywhere and all year round.
On the report, Harish Gopinath, Head of Family Business for KPMG in the Middle East and South Asia commented: "In the GCC, perhaps more than anywhere else world-wide, family businesses form the backbone of the economy.
Harish Gopinath, head of Family Business for KPMG in the Middle East and South Asia said: "In the GCC, perhaps more than anywhere else world-wide, family businesses form the backbone of the economy.
Whilst family businesses can have owners or managers who are not family members, family members are often involved in the operations of their family business in some capacity.
She added, 'At the FBCG, we address key topics related to the continuity of GCC family businesses, and enable sharing and discussing best practices that would help family businesses develop and evolve.
Meet the people behind some family businesses that Lee-Chua admires and listen to her answer burning questions about family-owned or family-run enterprises.
Commenting on the role of FBCG in supporting family businesses through the continuity challenge, Chairman of FBCG, HE Abdulaziz Al Ghurair, said, "We, at the Family Business Council, understand that without a well-planned and resilient governance and legal structure for a family business, the pursuit of continuity can be futile.
Family businesses remain a significant contributor to Arab economies.
According to the results almost half of Cypriot family businesses consider brand name and customer loyalty as the most important success factor for their business, followed by careful long-term management and emphasis on quality.
Fraser Campbell, Head of Family Businesses with Chartered Accountants Campbell Dallas WHEN Donald Trump becomes President in January, his family business will grapple with issues that will be familiar to family businesses across Scotland.
The events program featured two panel discussions on Sustainability of Family Business and Listing Family Businesses in Qatar Stock Market moderated by Dr Mahmoud Mohamed Khalil and Assistant Professor of Finance in CBE Dr Mohamed Elgammal, and delivered by QU Professor of Management Dr Marios Katsioloudes, Partner at Deloitte Private Family Enterprise Consulting Walid S Chiniara, Legal Director at Pinsent Masons Qatar Office Roger Phillips, Director of Listing at Qatar Stock Exchange Abdulaziz Alemadi, and Salam Enterprises CEO Dr Adnan Stitieh.
Sheikh Khalifa, al-Derham and al-Ansari: Supporting family businesses.
Family Business Council panel discussions are held regularly to share best practices and facilitate collaboration between family businesses in the GCC.
Martin Spraggon-Hernandez, Professor of Management and Director of Executive Education at American University of Sharjah (AUS), considers the role family businesses play in the economic development of the Arab world
In the United States, family businesses account for 60% of total employment, 65% of all wages paid, and 78% of all new jobs.