Please join us for our next meeting.

Date:   Tues Apr 8, 2014
Time:   5:30pm to 8:00pm
Place:  ClearVision Optical
425 Rabro Drive
Hauppauge, NY 11788

Members are FREE. Non-Members pay $25.
For more information, contact Jerry Siegel at
516-364-1116 or jerry@jasbmanagement.com

Please RSVP by clicking on I will be attending.

Family Businesses:
Challenges and Opportunities



Families have special issues and working with family members in the same company can be challenging! Join the discussion with our very special panel of second and third generation family members:

-- Kurt Van de Wetering (VP of Ivy Acres)
-- Harry Armon (President of ARCAP Partners)
-- Ryan Whitcomb (Whitsons Culinary Group)
-- Bill Whitcomb Jr (Whitsons Culinary Group)
-- David O. Schwartz (Executive Confidential) (Facilitator)

The informal discussion will address the following issues:

-- Are family businesses more dysfunctional than non-family businesses?
-- What is it like working for dad or for a sibling?
-- Do you constantly have to prove yourself?
-- What is the greatest challenge? What is the greatest benefit?
-- Should relatives work outside first, before joining the family business?

This promises to be a very special night that will benefit everyone. Please join us and invite your friends. They'll be glad you did!


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ODNLI 2013/2014 Program Schedule


  • Sept . . Siobhan Murphy Presents The 5 Powerful Questions Tool
  • Oct . . Facilitating Meetings
  • Nov . . Using Delegation to Improve Productivity
  • Dec . . Cancelled due to snow
  • Jan . . Getting the Most for Your Marketing Dollars
  • Feb . . Financing Your Growing Business
  • Mar . . Startups Ask the Experts
  • Apr . . Running a Family-Owned Business
  • May . . Success Stories from Young CEOs
  • Jun . . Tips and Tricks in Negotiations