On June 8, 2016, at the Threshold Group at the Market Square Building, the Seattle University Albers School of Business and Economics is sponsoring the latest in its Family Business Exchange Series.
The Quint family of Aqua Quip will be the keynote speakers and will share their personal stories of inter-generational transitions of ownership and leadership of a family business. The business is on its third generation, and has the kind of experience and wisdom from which many younger family businesses might benefit.
The Family Business Exchange Series is coordinated by Holly Ferrera, an academic scholar at Seattle University, who works with her colleagues to study family business transitions and trends.
This series represents an opportunity for family businesses to contribute to that scholarship, and provide Seattle University with additional data points on the successes and challenges of transitioning family businesses.
Davis Wright Tremaine has a long-standing relationship with Seattle University and with the broader Northwest academic community studying family businesses, how they are different and what they mean to our community. We strongly encourage you to attend the upcoming segment of the Family Business Exchange Series.
To learn more Seattle University's Family Business Exchange or to register, click here.