How Does an Aging Society Disrupt Enterprising Families? An interview with Maria Sinanis
Weekly Edition • November 23, 2022
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From FFI Practitioner

This week’s FFI Practitioner podcast, which continues our series of interviews from the FFI Global Conference speakers, is a conversation with Maria Sinanis of Cambridge Family Enterprise Group. At the 2022 FFI Global Conference, she presented the session “How Does an Aging Society Disrupt Enterprising Families?”
Maria Sinanis
About the Contributor
Maria Sinanis is a senior advisor and partner at Cambridge Family Enterprise Group, an international advisory firm serving family enterprises. She is a fellow at Cambridge Institute for Family Enterprise, an education and research institute dedicated to the significant issues family enterprises face. She can be contacted at msinanis@cfeg.com.
Interviewer: Jordan Rich is celebrating a quarter century at one of America’s top legacy radio stations, interviewing thousands of celebrities, authors, actors, and interesting personalities throughout his career. Jordan is co-owner of Chart Productions Inc. and teaches voice-over acting. His main focus these days is in podcast creation and production, featuring conversations with the world’s most creative people.

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