Family owned and operated MIC Food Company shares similarities with other thriving family businesses in Miami. Founded in 1987 by patriarch Alfredo Lardizabal Sr., MIC Food found a niche market and serves it well, creating jobs and opportunities. The second generation is an integral part of the management of this company which provides the food […]
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Best practices for family enterprises presented at workshop.
If your boss is “Uncle Dave” and co-workers are your kids and marketing plans are as likely to be discussed in the rec room as in the board room, well, chances are you’re part of a family business. This tradition certainly has a rich heritage, particularly in the Miami area, but it also brings unique […]
Family Business Forum provides opportunity for generations to share, learn.
Family businesses lie at the heart of South Florida’s economy. They’re built and nourished with the benefit of hard work, shared vision and traditions. At the same time, they possess a unique set of challenges: sibling rivalries, cross-generational misunderstandings and complex transition planning issues that can derail even the most successful of enterprises. The Family […]