The Family Business Voice

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More than half of all businesses globally are family-owned or operated. They are cornerstones of prosperity; their contributions to job creation and global GDP are crucial. Their stories, a source of inspiration for entrepreneurs everywhere, deserve to be told. The Family Business Voice provides the podcast for family business owners, experts and entrepreneurs to share their successes and challenges with a global audience.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. How Can Technology Increase Competitiveness in the Family Business?

    Chris Bosley's passion for entrepreneurship led him back to the family business, Amorini, an industry leader in kitchen and joinery components. Now, he works alongside his brother, Mitch, father Steven and uncle Paul Atkins, diversifying Amorini's product offering and developing a proprietary software ...


  2. Where do Purpose and Succession Overlap?

    On this episode of The Family Business Voice, Ramia speaks to Russ Haworth, Family Business Advisor and Host of the show The Family Business Podcast, about where purpose and succession overlap. Haworth believes that healthy transitions lie at the heart of continuity, and as such, is passionate about helping next-generation family ...


  3. How Can Identity Translate to Competitive Advantage?

    On this episode of The Family Business Voice, Dr Axel Göhler speaks to Ramia about BESTMALZ’ expansion, his unique perspective on the world of German family beer and the modern concept of craft.  - Since 2014, CEO Dr Axel Göhler, the grandson of founder Max Göhler, has spearheaded the company’s international ...


  4. What Can We Learn From Cooperation?

    On this episode of The Family Business Voice, Tadesse Meskela speaks with Ramia about his experiences with cooperation, its positive impact on Oromo communities and how the Oromo coffee farmer's journey serves as an excellent model for others around the world to create prosperity in life and business. ...


  5. How can Storytelling Strengthen the Family Business?

    Storytelling is essential to the intergenerational transfer of knowledge, values and culture. In the context of the family business, these narratives, according to Guillermo Salazar, usually revolve around the founder and adhere to a particular structure - a ‘monomyth’ - that we are all familiar with: think the story of ...