Invitation for the 15th Family Business Breakfast Round Table


The Fifteenth Family Business Breakfast Roundtable
"Who's the boss?"
"Who gets the bigger responsibility?"
"How do we divide our time?"
"How do we settle conflict?"
"How do parents in the family business affect the family?"

Come and hear from successful couples who lovingly team-up in the familybusiness!

"Love Team In the Family business"

Mr. & Mrs. Feliciano Juarez

Mr. Salvador Mangundayao & Ms. Pin Antonio

MR SALVADOR MANGUNDAYAO & MS. PIN ANTONIO own and operate the successful Salon de Manila chain. They have 6 Salon de Manila outlets and 3 Antonio hairdressing all over Metro Manila. Many of their clients are well knowncelebrities and personalities.
MR. & MRS. FELICIANO JUAREZ own and operate the successful printing andphotocopying business, Copylandia. There are now 40 printshops nationwideand growing.
The couples will talk about how they made their family business successful. How they team-up in managing the family business. How theyshare authority, responsibilities and chores? Role modelling to thechildren. Time spent with the family.
The talk is open to parents, business owners, managers, educators, andanyone interested in knowing the strategies employed by the successful family businesses.
The Fifteenth Session will be held on Wednesday, September 5, 2007 from7:30 am to 10:00 am. Our venue for the Family Business Breakfast Roundtable will be at the McKinley Room of the Manila Polo Club in Makati City. Registration fee is PhP700.00 inclusive of breakfast. Only a maximumof 50 participants will be accommodated.

For reservations, please contact:

Ms. Jen Mendoza at 928-3503,

Ms. Cristy Mandagan at 426-4691,

You may also fax your completed registration form to 426-4691

We hope you can be a part of what will certainly be a fruitful andrelevant discussion on parenting in Family Business.

Prof. Ricky H. Mercado
Family Business Development Center
John Gokongwei School of Management

Prof. Terry L. Galura
Associate Director
Family Business Development Center
John Gokongwei School of Management