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SFaB

Support Family Business

2020 – 1 – LU – KA204 – 0632239

DESCRIPTION 

According to the final report Overview of Family Business Relevant Issues by Kmu Forschung Austria, which was commissioned by the European Commission, about 70-80% of companies across Europe are family businesses. Nevertheless, there is little or insufficient research on family businesses in the European context, despite the fact that they represent one of the most important forms of business organisation in Europe. 

This project aims to fill the gap in what owners, members, managers and employees of family businesses know about their institution and their intrinsic characteristics that distinguish them from other types of businesses. The significant role that family businesses play in the EU economy highlights the need for greater focus on this type of governance. There is an urgent need for training and capacity building, especially for the staff of the above categories of businesses.

OBJECTIVES

  • Provide a relevant, focused, and engaging skills development programme that can be continued after project implementation ends;
  • Promote high-quality, learner-centred VET that engages learners in their development and is flexible and engaging;
  • Contribute to or stimulate policy initiatives that support family business training.

 

PROJECT RESULTS:

  • SFaB learning programme Design
  • SFaB Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and MOOC
  • SFaB Toolkit (manual with presentation of successful examples, good practices and the highlights of the theory)

 

TARGET GROUPS: 

  • Family business
  • Professionals from the field of sustainability, business and general economy talk about family businesses, their role and importance on the EU market

 

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