Please join PwC’s Private Company Services (PCS) practice on April 30, 2014 from 2:00 – 3:30 pm eastern for a special webcast event. PCS partners Jay Mattie and Alfred Peguero will have a conversation with Jim Ethier, chairman, Bush Brothers & Company.

The challenges of managing a family business now and for the future – an intimate conversation with Jim Ethier, chairman, Bush Brothers & Company

The webcast will cover a broad range of topics important to all family-owned businesses -- governance, succession planning, growth and sustainability for future generations. Jim’s story should provide insight to other family businesses on ways that one can successfully overcome the challenges and family issues that can undermine even the most successful company. His focus on developing a company plan, a family plan and a wealth plan may provide guidance in how to create a family structure and a business structure that provide the best opportunities for the business and the family’s wealth to survive and grow.

Who should attend:
The webcast is designed for the owners and leaders of family-owned businesses.

About PwC’s Services to Family Businesses
PwC’s family business team brings together audit, advisory and tax professionals from across the national Private Company Services practice to serve the unique needs of family businesses, their owners and stakeholders. Services focus on the following key areas: strategy and growth, governance, business transition, private wealth, values and philanthropy. We deliver these services across a broad range of industries with a keen understanding of the unique dynamics of family businesses and the challenges they face.

About Bush Brothers & Company
Founded in 1908, Bush Brothers is a multi-generation, family-owned business in Tennessee that began as a company that canned and sold local tomatoes and evolved into a successful national company most known for its baked beans and its mascot, Duke, the talking golden retriever.
Webcast date & time
April 30, 2014
2:00pm - 3:30pm ET
Hosted by
Webcast contact
Christina Ward
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