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Christine Blondel 

Christine Blondel (INSEAD MBA (1981), Ecole Polytechnique, France (1977)) is adjunct professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at the Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise at INSEAD.
Christine Blondel

Besides her activities as adjunct professor of Family Business and co-director of the Family Enterprise Challenge at INSEAD, Christine advises many business families, serves on boards and regularly speaks in conferences. She coordinated INSEAD activities in the field of family firms from their creation in January 1997 to December 2007 and was the first executive director of the Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise at INSEAD. Christine Blondel contributed to several books, articles, case studies on family business

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Art of Communication
Fairness in Family Firms
This is not a democracy
ABC of transmission
Planning transmission
Challenges of family business succession
Some key learning points
Stewardship: old concept, modern need
Christine Blondel
Succession Planning by Christine Blondel
Family business succession
The financing of family enterprises
Why you need a “liquidity plan” for your shareholders
Planning ownership for future generations
Learning points about financing growth

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