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Polaris Empowers Family Businesses to Maximize Impact

For centuries, family businesses have been interconnected through friendships and partnerships. Over three decades ago, a small group of family businesses established a more enduring structure to connect and exchange insights. This structure, the Family Business Network (FBN), was founded in 1989 and now comprises over 4,000 business families with 17,000 individual members across 65 countries. FBN's mission is to provide business families with a safe space to learn, share, and inspire one another. The organization facilitates family involvement in businesses, fosters relationships within families, and raises awareness of best practices. To achieve its mission, FBN conducts activities such as…
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Richard Hartung, an Impact Entrepreneur correspondent, is an advisor, writer, investor and volunteer board member focused on sustainability. He is the co-founder of Asia Sustainability Angels, serves on boards of non-profits including Solar Washington and the Centre for a Responsible Future, and writes about sustainability for Wealth & Society as ... Read more
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