The Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (CAFE) is dedicated to the ongoing development and improvement of the CAFE Personal Advisory Group (PAG) program and to delivering the best possible experience to CAFE members participating in a PAG. A cornerstone of the PAG program is the CAFE PAG Handbook, which articulates how to effectively organize, manage and run a Personal Advisory Group. CAFE invites proposals from qualified parties for the revision and improvement of the PAG Handbook and related support materials.
OAKVILLE, ON, August 29, 2012 - The Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (CAFE) is pleased to announce a joint venture with The Globe and Mail newspaper to produce a series of special reports exploring and promoting the unique and complex nature of family-run businesses in Canada.
OAKVILLE, ON, May 29, 2012 - The Halifax Seed Company of Halifax, Nova Scotia, was the proud recipient of the Family Enterprise of the Year Achievement award (FEYA) for 2012 presented by the Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (CAFE) at a well-attended gala dinner held at the Chateau Laurier Hotel in Ottawa Friday evening.
TORONTO, May 24, 2012 /CNW/ - Almost half of Canada's family businesses expect to see an intergenerational transfer of management and/or ownership within the next five years. Yet, over 80 percent have no formal plans in place to manage the family dynamics of the business, intergenerational wealth, and help prepare future generations to continue the family business legacy, finds a new KPMG Enterprise™ report. The report: Family Ties - Canadian Business in the Family Way, developed in cooperation with the Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (CAFE), sheds light on the opportunities and challenges facing Canadian business families and what it takes to build a successful family business today and prepare for the future.