Join us for a dynamic two-day conference designed by and for California’s family businesses.
Sacramento’s Convention Center will serve as the backdrop for this multi-generational event set for February 11-12, 2019.
Join other family businesses from our region for great educational sessions and collaborative networking opportunities focused on the unique challenges of family business.
Going on its third year, the Generations Family Business Conference will feature an impressive roster of local, regional and national keynote speakers and breakout sessions, who will share personal stories of their family businesses.
What others are saying about Generations!
“My client families keep telling me how much they got out of attending this conference! I brought along members of three families who wanted to hear my presentation and attend some of the breakout sessions. All had a great time, loved learning and networking with the other families there, and reported back home on how valuable it was for them. I will enthusiastically recommend the Generations Family Business Conference in the future.”
Allen Bettis, President, Legacy Associates Family Business Advisors
“While every company is unique, the common themes and issues family businesses face came up again and again at the Generations Family Business Conference. The conference gave me perspective on my family business that I can’t see from the inside.”
Chris Haven, Sales and Marketing Manager, Flyers Energy, LLC
“The conference was very enjoyable. I would say that it was really valuable to me as a contributor to consider our family’s development in a structured way. This created some significant new learning, which is all you can ask of a conference of people that have never met each other before.”
Peter Gordon, Director, William Grant & Sons Distillers Ltd, Glenfiddich Whisky
“Being able to discuss the similar issues that all family business encounter with other family businesses has helped us address our challenges using real world examples, everybody is always willing to share their successes and failures.”
Ken Monroe, President, Holt of California
“The Family Business Center allows you to interact with people struggling with the same issues, communication is open and all the forums always send you away with new ideas and means to use and implement. The resources and examples from other businesses often validate what does work, that alone is worth membership.”
Thomas Dille, Fiddyment Farms