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Membership Benefits

Four Half-day Programs

These sessions are designed to provide members with ample time to fully explore issues with the aid of national experts, while offering enough time to return to the office for the better part of the afternoon. The day begins with continental breakfast at 8:00 a.m., followed by a formal program from 8:30 a.m. until Noon. Participants then meet for lunch.

Two Breakfast Programs

These two-hour sessions focus on subjects of timely interest to members, and often feature regional experts or panels of Forum sponsors and members. The seminars begin at 8:30 a.m. and finish by 10:30 a.m. Full breakfast is included.

Updates on Legal, Financial and Other Important Issues

Each Forum seminar features brief updates by one or more professionals on current or developing business issues relevant to family businesses.

Peer Group Meetings

These meetings allow members to join together in small groups to meet with each other and a facilitator to discuss issues which they identify as important to them. Participation in a Peer Group complements the Forum sessions by allowing members to further explore issues, many of which are generation-specific, in a smaller, more intimate setting. For example, there are groups for the Successor Generation and for Owners and Founders.

Free Consultation with Forum SponsorsRothman Institute

Each member family is offered a complimentary consultation with each of the Forum sponsors. An Annual Social Gathering The relationships that develop among member are one of the greatest benefits of membership. The December holiday gathering is an opportunity for members, sponsors and University representatives to relax and get to know one another better in a purely social setting.

Monthly Subscription to The Family Business Advisor

Each member family receives an annual subscription to The Family Business Advisor, a monthly newsletter devoted to successful business management, family relations and asset protection. This newsletter has a vast readership and strong reputation within the family business community, and features interesting and substantive articles.

Quarterly Subscription to Rothman Ink

Rothman Ink, the Institute’s newsletter, keeps Forum members apprised of issues related to entrepreneurship as well as the various programs which fall under the auspices of the Rothman Institute. Included in each newsletter is Family Ink, a special insert that focuses on the Forum and family business related issues. Previous Family Ink Articles Reduced Fees for Business Enterprise Forum Programs

Forum members receive a 50 percent reduction on all seminars offered through the Institute’s Business Enterprise Forum or Female Entrepreneurs' Alliance, which present programs for the business community.



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