Looking to the future: Are you planning for a lasting legacy?
The Journey of Wealth Planning
Wealth planning is a journey and the choices of one generation will affect those that follow. We speak to Nicholas Ho about his experience with taking over the family business, inheriting the companies values and ensuring future success whilst still pursuing the path he wanted to take.
Taking the Family Legacy Forward
Continuing the family legacy can be a big responsibility and come with many challenges to navigate. Sharon Kobler gives her views on supporting family members, whether that is within a family business itself or encouraging them to follow their own ambitions.
Steering the Family Business Forward
When taking on a family business, there needs to be an understanding of what the goals are across generations and how these can be achieved in an ever-changing world. Nicholas Ho talks through his experience of this and how he has propelled the family business forward.
Empowering the Next Generation
As part of a succession line, it can be daunting when cementing your place. Sharon Kobler discusses the importance of finding individual purpose and setting personal goals within a multi-generational environment.
Leading as a Young Successor
Nicholas Ho took over the family business at 27 and was faced with the challenge of continuing growth whilst taking on the current structure. He details how he ensured team members were part of the process to expand the company and the pivots he made to achieve success in a constantly evolving landscape.
Time to Enter the Family Business
Is there ever a perfect time to enter the family business? Having followed her own ambitions and gained a wealth of experience, Sharon Kobler explains when and why she joined her family business.
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