WASHINGTON – The American Meat Institute (AMI) and the Loyola University Chicago Family Business Center are offering a seminar customized for family business leaders in the meat industry.

The seminar will be held at the center in Chicago on Sept. 16 through 17.

The seminar is focused on the best practices for family-owned businesses. Expert faculty will guide attendees through important sessions on the role of outside boards, dividend policies, family employment guidelines, governance, family meetings and preparing the next generation.

“This program provides a unique opportunity for family business leaders to learn from both experts and each other,” said AMI Chairman Dave Miniat, president of Ed Miniat Inc. “As the leader of a family business, I am committed to ensuring that family-run companies continue to be a vital part of the fabric of our industry. Based upon my experience with Loyola’s Family Business Center, I’m confident this seminar will do just that.”

Space is limited to 25 participants to ensure an optimal learning experience. Registration is $1,200 for AMI, NAMP and CMMA members and $2,400 for non-members. For more information, click here: http://www.meatami.com/ht/d/sp/i/41033/pid/41033.


Source: American Meat Institute