Family Business 360 - Request for Proposals
The Austin Family Business Program seeks to collaborate with professional advisors that have experience, commitment, and passion working with family-owned businesses. Family Business 360 is one of the program's core educational offerings and much of its success is due directly to the quality of professional advisors that deliver our programs.
Download the 2019 Request for Proposals document for complete details on submitting a proposal to present during the 2019/20 season, or download a flyer with basic information. If you have questions about the process or about the Austin Family Business Program in general please contact Roger Anderson, program manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 541.737.6017.
RFP Orientation Webinar | June 5 | 10 a.m. Pacific Time
Roger Anderson will share background on the Family Business 360 program and tips for submitting presentation proposals for the 2019/20 season. Register online to attend live or access the recording after the webinar.
RFP responses are due by Friday, July 19, 2019. Sign up to access the RFP response workflow.
Family Business 360 breakfast events are:
Portland | October 11, 2018
Don Bielen and Paris Powell - Perkins & Co
Business Transition Planning: Balancing Business, Family and Personal Requirements
Portland | November 8, 2018
Brad Parrott - VergePointe LLC
More Than Family: When and How to Hire Non-Family Leaders
Online Webinar | December 12, 2018
Jim Grew - The Grew Company
Who Will Lead: Filling Leadership Gaps in Your Family Business
Portland | February 14, 2019
Marsia Gunter and Karen Carnahan - Carnahan, Smith and Gunter
Family Momentum: Readying Future Family Business Leaders
Portland | March 14, 2019
Jeffrey Cronn - Tonkon Torp LLP
Inviting Outsiders In: Exploring the Value of Non-Family Board Members
Salem | March 20, 2019
Mark Wickman - Family Business Counsel
How Trust Can Be Your Most Valuable Family Business Asset
Portland | April 11, 2019
Justin Denton - Tonkon Torp LLP
Life Happens: Anticipating the Unknown in Shareholder Agreements
Portland | May 16, 2019
Culture as Competitive Advantage in Your Family Business
Stephen Babson - Endeavour Capital
Christopher McKillop - Rogers Machinery Company
Christen Picot - Durham and Bates Agencies
Donny Springer - Columbia Financial Advisory Services
Listen to interviews with the expert advisors that have delivered past Family Business 360 sessions. A complete listing of available podcast episodes is available on Apple Podcasts or our podcast webpage.