2013 Fuller Landau Family Business Awards
PurposeTo honor and celebrate the most progressive privately-held family enterprises in Quebec that portray entrepreneurial dynamism and excel in their contributions to our community and economy.
Any Quebec-based privately-held family-owned business, with multi-generational participation in ownership and/or management, and whose policies and business practices have had a positive impact on the business and community.
Who can be nominated?
Who can nominate?Nominations can be submitted by the company or by associated parties.
Deadline:All nominating forms must be received by February 28, 2013 to be considered for the 2013 Fuller Landau Family Business Awards.
Nomination & Application Process
Categories:Awards will be handed out in three categories:
- Small (less than 25 full-time employees AND less than $1 million in annual revenues)
- Medium (25–100 full-time employees OR between $1 million and $5 million in annual revenues)
- Large (more than 100 full-time employees OR over $5 million in annual revenues)
JudgesNominations will be reviewed by a panel of judges co-Chaired by Dr. Alexandra Dawson. Five voting members of the judging panel include:
- Dr. Alexandra Dawson
Assistant Professor, JMSB Concordia University
- Terry Didus
Partner, Heenan Blaikie LLP
- J. Sebastian van Berkom
President and CEO, van Berkom and Associates Inc.
- Ms. Danièle Henkel
Founder and President, Les Entreprises Danièle Henkel
(2012 award recipient in the Medium-Sized Business category)
- Ms. Natanya Khazzam
Vice-President, Heritage Linencraft
(2012 award recipient in the Large-Sized Business category)
Mr. Michael Newton, Managing Partner, Fuller Landau will serve as a non-voting member on the panel.
Judging CriteriaThe judging panel will evaluate the nominations and select the winners based on the following criteria:
- Financial success of the company
- Quality of business and family linkages
- Multi-generational family involvement
- Contributions to the community and industry
- Innovative business practices or strategies
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