FBN delegation in Coimbatore know best practices adopted

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2017-04-24 11:00:00 – Coimbatore

The 20 members delegation from Switzerland headquartered Family Business Network (FBN), a global network of family owned companies who are next-gen entrepreneurs from some of the finest and largest family businesses of the world, arrived in Coimbatore for a two-day visit as part of their learning journey to know the best practices adopted by family businesses in this region.

The FBN has over 9,100 individual members from over 3,000 family businesses across 58 countries.

Director of Ekki and Deccan Pumps Kanishka Armugham said that the delegation would visit major family-run businesses such as textile machinery major LMW and Chennai Silks during their stay here.

The members of the delegation expressed happiness that the family business prospered in the region even though majority of them hailed from agrarian background.

The delegation members would visit Madurai on April 25 and interact with leading family business houses in the temple town, he said.

Arumugham also said that FBN's Next Generation International Summit was being hosted in India for the first time in Goa in July, adding he was one of the hosts for it.

Another host of the summit Shankara Vanavarayar said that the delegation members would also get to know the best practices adopted in corporate social responsibility area and also the contribution to the growth of the society by these successful family business.

About 250 family businessmen, representing 58 countries, including India, would participate in the summit and discuss the success stories

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