Family businesses aren’t just local mom-and-pop stores. This class of enterprises includes some of the largest companies in the world: Walmart, Cargill and Mars, to name but a few. In emerging markets especially, family-run businesses are growing at breakneck speed, and Vikram Bhalla, managing director of the Boston Consulting Group’s Mumbai office, explains why this context brings an entirely new set of rules.
About the Speaker
Family business researcher Vikram Bhalla is a senior partner and director of the Boston Consulting Group’s Mumbai office and a contributor to The Economist’s Dynasties edition.