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Getting on with business

One of the dilemmas for family firms – which make up more than 70% of Australian businesses – is whether to pass it onto family members or sell it to outsiders.

It depends on how feasible it is for the next generation of family members to run the business. Do they have the capability, the right motivation, skills, energy, resilience and entrepreneurial attributes to get the job done? Can they adapt

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