SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(www.myfba.org) announced today that the organization’s first annual Family Business Day and Legislative Conference will be held on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. The day-long event will include visits to key lawmakers, a panel of family business leaders discussing how they cope with legislative and regulatory mandates as well as keynote addresses by syndicated political columnist, Dan Walters, and Kish Rajan, director of the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development.)--The Family Business Association (FBA) (
“This will give family business owners, leaders and associates the opportunity to meet some of California’s legislators and representatives from the Governor’s office as well as hear from and connect with other family business leaders.”
“FBA represents family businesses on public policy issues and the first annual Family Business Day and Legislative Conference is the perfect opportunity for family business leaders to come together and learn about how public policy is developed at the state level,” said David Lucchetti, FBA Chairman and President and CEO of Pacific Coast Building Products. “This will give family business owners, leaders and associates the opportunity to meet some of California’s legislators and representatives from the Governor’s office as well as hear from and connect with other family business leaders.”
Registration is now available at www.myfba.org or via phone at 916-443-1468. The all day event is designed to bring fellow family business owners, government leaders and associates together to discuss the future challenges and opportunities facing family businesses in California. The program starts at 10:00 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento and includes a full day of speakers, panel participants from the California State Legislature and prominent family business owners, visits with legislators, and concludes with a legislative reception in the Esquire Plaza Lobby.
Hear from syndicated political columnist, Dan Walters – “California’s Economic and Political Future and How Businesses Win and Lose”
Hear from state government leaders on what to expect from the Capitol in 2013 for family businesses
Hear from a panel of family business leaders on how they cope with legislative and regulatory mandates
Preparing your company as to how to deal with the future of family businesses in California
For a detailed program agenda, timing and conference pricing please visit www.myfba.org. Registration fees are waived for FBA members.
About the Family Business Association
Established in 2012, the Family Business Association (FBA) is a new, non-profit, proactive organization representing family businesses at the state and national capitols. For more information about the FBA or to become a member, please visit www.myfba.org or call 916-443-1468.
1 Data drawn from IRS Statistics of Income Bulletin, Commerce Dept. Bureau of Economic Analysis, and California EDD. FBA defines a family business as follows:
Ownership control of a privately held enterprise by members of a family or partnership of families
Strategic influence by family members on the management of the firm, whether by being active in management, by continuing to shape the culture, and/or by serving as board members or advisors
The desire for continuity and succession across generations