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Event: 'Tulane Family Business Center To Host Family Business Forum '

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Date: Friday, January 23, 2009 At 08:00 AM
Duration: 3 Hours
Contact Info:
How to Register: Reservations are required. Call 504-862-8482 or email Rosalind Butler at FamilyBiz@tulane.edu
Location:

Tulane Family Business Center to Host Family Business Forum on January 23
“Strategic Planning For Your Business: Exploring Hidden Opportunities in an Uncertain Economy”


Who:
Tulane Family Business Center

What:
A family business forum will examine some viable options that companies should consider in a slowing economy.

When:
Friday, January 23, 2009
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Where:
Stibbs Conference Room 20, Lavin Bernick Center for University Life
McAlister Drive
Tulane University Uptown Campus

How to Register:
Reservations are required. Call 504-862-8482 or email Rosalind Butler at FamilyBiz@tulane.edu

New Orleans, LA (January 14, 2009)- The Tulane Family Business Center is hosting a Family Business
Forum on January 23, 2009 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Stibbs Conference Room 203 at Tulane
University's uptown campus.

The program will address the concerns that many businesses are facing with profitability and sustainability in an uncertain economy. Program presentations include “Wealth Transfer Opportunities,” by Vanessa Claiborne of Chaffe & Associates and Miriam Henry of JonesWalker; “Individual, Business and Estate Tax Update,” by Jennifer C. Bordes of Laporte Sehrt Romig Hand; “Questions You Should Be Asking Your Banker and Questions Your Banker May Be Asking You,” by Marshall Page of JonesWalker; and “Recessions Trigger Critical Conversations in Family Businesses,” by Dr. John B. Elstrott of Tulane University A. B. Freeman School of Business.