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209.946.3912 or 888.439.2867
FAX 209.946.2586
Peter Johnson
Director
Institute for Family Business
Eberhardt School of Business
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
ifb@pacific.edu

Institute for Family Business


“The Pacific Institute for Family Business seminars are crucial order to understand how to manage, communicate, and prosper as a family business. You may see “Daddy” as “Daddy” yet in business he remains the “Boss!” These classes direct you to accomplish success by being able to communicate with your family in business and keeping a loving relationship at home.”
- Debbie Maynard, M.J. Hall & Co., Inc.


SPECIALIZED

The Institute for Family Business program is a resource center to help family and privately held companies meet their challenges. By bringing owners, managers and family members together in interactive forums to address common issues, they are able to successfully work through transitions, develop strategic vision and enact strategic plans for the business and for the family. The Institute accesses cutting edge ideas and knowledge about business successes in today's competitive, changing economy.

MEMBER DRIVEN

The Institute designs discussions on topics of meaningful and timely interest to members, provides top quality speakers and reference materials, refers expert resources in response to member's specific needs, and provides access to the combined resources of the Universities and leading professional service providers to family companies.

MISSION
The mission of the University of Pacific Institute for Family Business is to assist family-owned businesses in finding and developing solutions to their unique business challenges by providing educational opportunities, research services, and access to regional and national expertise.

The Institute for Family Business offers:

  • Seminars, conferences and workshops to address the concerns of family businesses.
  • Forums for family businesses to share their views on relevant topics.
  • Promotion of family business perspectives to regional and national interests.