SPJIMR’s Advanced Management Programmes for Family Business Owners have been designed for owners of family businesses who are specifically looking for a short-term programme covering a particular aspect of the business.
It provides hands-on practical application to the owners of family-managed businesses on problems they face in their day-to-day business lives. It also helps them plan for the future of their family and family businesses.
Dr. Rahul Mirchandani
Chairman & Managing Director, Aries Agro Ltd.
Prof. Pratap Giri S
Visiting Faculty – SPJIMR
Dr. Anil Vaidya
Dr. Kamal Sharma
Vice Chairman, Lupin
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar
Professor Economics & Chairperson –FMB, SPJIMR
A potential candidate for the Family Enterprise Advanced Management Programmes needs to fulfill the following criteria:
The fees for each module would be INR 40,000 +18% GST. Participants desirous of joining the programme need to fill out an online application form and pay the fees as per the fee schedule.
Participants can avail the opportunity of getting an FMB Executive Alumni status by completing 5 credits of AMP’s for FMB Owners (5 Courses). Credits can be accumulated over a period of 3 years.
Equity capital is one of the biggest constraints for a family business since businesses can only leverage to a certain extent with Banks and Financial Institutions in India. The need to raise equity capital/partner capital is of prime importance for growth. Listing on the stock exchange was always considered a big boy’s league and most family businesses which are SMEs either would not qualify (as they would not meet the basic listing criteria) or find the exercise too expensive and not cost-effective.
The SME exchange – BSE SME and NSE SME exchange – is a specialized exchange for SME companies to list and raise capital with appropriate relaxations and guidelines suited for SMEs to get listed. The SME Exchange is a great avenue for family businesses to move to the next level since a listed company has a wide variety of advantages and benefits. Participants of this programme will be given an in-depth understanding of the listing process on the SME exchange. This will include aspects such as -the listing process, cost, internal changes and requirements, the responsibility of being a promoter of a listed
To be able to assist Family Businesses that are looking for funds for expansion or capital investment but are unable to get the capital from the banks / NBFC and are looking at raising capital in form of Equity. Being a listed company is a matter of prestige and pride. Many large families are looking at listing at least one of their companies on the BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) with the sole purpose of having a listed company within their group.
Mode of delivery: Hybrid mode (online + physical space). Classes would be conducted on Saturdays and Sundays
Participants desirous of joining the programme need to fill out an online application form and pay the fees as per the fee schedule. The programme fee is INR 60,000 + 18% GST payable in full at the time of admissions