The Family Business Center thrives on the energy of
our members and, in every sense of the phrase, the more the merrier. More members increase our collective knowledge via sharing of experiences and help to create a dynamic group of industry leaders. With that in mind, we are proud that we have enjoyed tremendous growth over the past year, surpassing our membership target and nearly reaching...
Sign up today to take advantage of discounted individual and family package tickets to FBC’s
3rd Annual Generations Conference at the Sacramento Convention Center. You won’t want to miss this unparalleled opportunity to network with and learn from family business leaders from across the country and around the world. This year’s conference has been designed to provide cutting-edge education, collaborative networking and unique social events to help you grow, manage, operate and transition your business – keeping the unique dynamics and needs of family businesses in mind.
The Rogers Family may have started their family business in the heart of San Francisco but they made a strategic move east to Lincoln, like so many of us here, to escape the crowds and cost of living in the Bay Area. “My biggest priority is increasing consumer knowledge about who we are and what we do, mostly about why a company called San Francisco Bay Coffee is in a Sacramento suburb!” commented third generation Laura Rogers.
We have a new name for the team of supporters that make FBC the great family business resource that it is. We will now be referring to the organizations sponsors as Technical Advisors. This name change is necessary to provide...
In a family business, you may know your fellow employees better than anyone else, but those intimate relationships may become your biggest challenge. Between arguing with your sibling that’s also the CEO, not knowing how to successfully transition your cousin to a leadership role, and uncertainty of how to replace your retiring parent,
Silvers HR can help.
What’s in a name? Since inception, our non-family service providers have been known as “sponsor members”, a name that fit for many years. But, as the FBC has evolved its programming, so have we needed to evaluate other aspects.