Koerner Library will close for a few days in February due to construction.

The library will be closed on the following days:

  • Friday, February 10
  • Saturday, February 11
  • Sunday, February 12

The library will reopen after Family Day on Tuesday, February 14, 2017.

Irving K. Barber Learning Centre will remain open during these days. Please refer to the Library Hours & Locations to make alternative plans.

With Family Day just around the corner, it’s time to talk “The Talk” with your kin. That’s right: we’re talking about family succession planning. Business owners want to see their businesses grow and succeed into the future. Yet, according to PwC Canada, only 18% of Canadian family businesses have a comprehensive succession plan.  A family succession plan is vital for a smooth transfer to the next generation, so here are a few things you can do now to get started. 

Get Educated Mother holding her child

What’s the key in handing over the metaphorical key to the family business? It’s knowledge, of course! Throughout British Columbia, there are many free and low-cost resources to help you get a foothold on family succession planning. Grab the kids and start learning together with these suggestions: 

Start Connecting

Now that you know a thing or two, it’s time to connect. Surround yourself with a like-minded business community to make connections and help you understand the succession process. Not sure where to begin? Start scoping out these local events and chapters:

Conclusion

So maybe you’ve got plenty of mileage left before your Monaco retirement dreams, nonetheless it’s never too early to think of the future. You’ve invested a lot into your business and want to leave it in good hands and a bright future. So save yourself and your successor a headache, and start your family succession plan today.

(Not the successor in this plan? Start your own business with one of our 100+ industry guides!)

With Family Day just around the corner, it’s time to talk “The Talk” with your kin. That’s right: we’re talking about family succession planning. Business owners want to see their businesses grow and succeed into the future. Yet, according to PwC Canada, only 18% of Canadian family businesses have a comprehensive succession plan.  A family succession plan is vital for a smooth transfer to the next generation, so here are a few things you can do now to get started. 

Get Educated Mother holding her child

What’s the key in handing over the metaphorical key to the family business? It’s knowledge, of course! Throughout British Columbia, there are many free and low-cost resources to help you get a foothold on family succession planning. Grab the kids and start learning together with these suggestions: 

Start Connecting

Now that you know a thing or two, it’s time to connect. Surround yourself with a like-minded business community to make connections and help you understand the succession process. Not sure where to begin? Start scoping out these local events and chapters:

Conclusion

So maybe you’ve got plenty of mileage left before your Monaco retirement dreams, nonetheless it’s never too early to think of the future. You’ve invested a lot into your business and want to leave it in good hands and a bright future. So save yourself and your successor a headache, and start your family succession plan today.

(Not the successor in this plan? Start your own business with one of our 100+ industry guides!)

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