For the second subsiquant time KPMG Greece organizes the «2nd Family Business Forum», the only convensionin Greece which debates exclusively issues that concern Family Businesses. The forum will take place on Tuesday the 12th of April 2016 at the Divani Caravel hotel in Athens and is directed to entrepreneurs, owners, shareholders and members of the board and managers of family businesses.
BIOFIAL S.A. will be represented to this significant convention by Mrs. Fotini K. Hatziefstratiou, Chief Financial Officer and Head of Exports, as a distinguished speaker.
The speakers will analyze the important issues and trends for family businesses in the European and Greek markets, like Governance, Succession Planning Next Generation, Growth, Assurance και Exit Strategies.
Mrs. Hatziefstratiou will actively participate in one of the two debate panels of the convension entitled “Coaching the young” which will be centered at the topic of succession in family businesses, requesting from the participant entrepreneurs to provide answers to polls which will take place at that time and address critical issues in the succession process.
The Forum will feature keynote speakers, case studies, and speaker panels formed by prominent entrepreneurs and owners of large Greek family Businesses.
- Francis Lemonis, President and CEO, Lemonis Group Kalogerou Shoes
- Platon Marlafekas, VP LUX – Marlafekas SA and President of the Chamber of Achaia
- Nicholas Bakatselos, CEO, Pyramis
- Danae Bezantakou, CEO, Navigator Shipping Consultants LTD
- Fotini Hatziefstratiou, CFO and Head of Exports, Biofial AE, Hydraulic Lifting Systems
- Alexandros Christodoulou, Sales Director, CHB Group.
Furthermore, the conveners will be presented the findings of a pan European research on family businesses “Family Business Barometer 2016” as well as the findings of a new worldwide research “Global Tax Monitor” on Family Business tax issues.
The panel of speakers will include the Alexis du Roy CEO, the Family Business Network International (FBN) – counting more than 9,100 individual members from over 3,000 family businesses across 58 countries and Dr. Rania Labaki, Professor of of Finance and Family Business at EDHEC Business School, Researcher and Academic Expert of NxG.
You can find more information to forum by following this link