Mother, father, sister, brother, co-worker.

Family can be tricky enough. Having family as an employee or boss? That takes it to another level. Family Business Alliance can help you define what’s family and what’s business – and help both work together.


Helping Family Businesses Succeed Generation to Generation.

The Family Business Alliance is focused on your success. We tap into local expertise and national resources to give you the tools you need to thrive.

What’s New?

  • Welcome to our Website

    Mar 30, 2017

    Welcome! We are thrilled you are visiting the new Family Business Alliance website! Do you have a family business in your family? We get it! Our nonprofit is founded and led by family business leaders who walk in your shoes — or heels — every day. We really believe in growing a strong family business community through…
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  • Recap: From Partners by Chance to Partners by Choice

    Dec 8, 2017

    When you’re born into a family business, you inherit not only the business and the family legacy—you most likely also inherit partners (aka cousins and siblings).  No matter how tight knit your family may be, there are certain challenges when it comes to transitioning from family member to co-worker to partner. Dana Telford, Principal Consultant…
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  • Estate Planning for Family Business

    Nov 13, 2017

    Jennifer Remondino and Daniel Borst, attorneys with Warner Norcross & Judd, did not disappoint at the FBA’s sold out November Lunch & Learn on Estate Planning for Family Business. Jennifer and Dan shared the key to success for family businesses that defy the odds and successfully transition from generation to generation: It takes thoughtful, proactive…
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  • Member Spotlight: King Milling Company

    Oct 20, 2017

       King Milling Company: 5th Generation and Forward In 1900 Thomas F. Doyle bought into King Milling Company, a move that would change the trajectory of his family for generations to come. Today, his great-grandsons are running the business and the fifth generation is coming on board. We recently talked with Brian Doyle, fourth generation…
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