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Palestine Exchange Concludes a Workshop on "Family Businesses ... And Their Sustainability Prospects"
Oct 25, 2016
Palestine Exchange (PEX) held today Tuesday, 25th Oct., 2016 a workshop in the city of Hebron, in cooperation with Hebron Chamber of Commerce titled: "Family businesses ... and their sustainability prospects ", the workshop was attended by representatives of PEX, the Capital Market Authority, board members of the Hebron Chamber of Commerce and a selected crowd of businessmen in the city.
 
The workshop included a variety of working papers related to the development of family businesses presented by speakers of global audit firms operating in Palestine, including: "Deloitte & Touche, Ernst & Young, Price Waterhouse Coopers and the University of Hebron.
 
Mr. Ahmad Aweidah, CEO of PEX, stressed in his speech on the risks that surround family businesses and threaten their survival, asking owners of these companies  to consider taking their companies to the next level through listing at Palestine Exchange, the Palestinian investment portal.
 
The workshop witnessed a significant interaction and discussions by the audience, considering this workshop a starting point in the discussion of their future prospects.

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