PwC Insights
Business in bite-sized chunks
April 2021
"The rapidly changing state of the world has become a wake-up call to family business leaders that change is needed - and soon - to stay one step ahead. Family businesses should be thinking about growth beyond the pandemic. Some of the drivers they’ll need to think about in developing their strategy for the future include how they can transform digitally, strengthen ownership strategy to build trust and commit to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives to future-proof their business."
Fung Mei Lin
Entrepreneurial and Private Business Leader | PwC Malaysia
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