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The Family business can be described as a business in which two or more family members are involved, and most of the ownership or control lies within the said family. Farms are an early example of a family business in which private life and work first intersected. In urban areas, it is still normal for shopkeepers to live in the same building where they work with family members, often helping if the need arises.
Family businesses are recognized as important and dynamic participants in the global economy. Family businesses have some advantages over other business entities in that their focus is on strategic goals rather than tactical ones, their commitment to quality (often associated with the family name), and their concern for employees. On the other hand, family businesses face a unique set of management challenges arising from an overlap of family and professional matters and activities.
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