Eric and Todd Hohauser Awarded Family Enterprise Advisor Designation


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Harvey Hohauser & Associates (HH&A), a global executive search firm headquartered in Troy, today announced that CEO Todd Hohauser and President Eric Hohauser will receive the global designation of Family Enterprise Advisor.

 

The Family Enterprise Xchange (FEX) presents certification as a Family Enterprise Advisor to those who have completed 1,000 hours of training and education, the examination requirements, and the FEX Board’s certification standards. The certification is meant to increase awareness of professional business advisors who serve family businesses.

 

Harvey Hohauser began the firm as a family business in 1986. He now serves as a teacher and mentor for the association and his sons, Todd and Eric Hohauser, serve as second generation leaders.

 

“A family business is a living, breathing enterprise. All sustainable family businesses need to evolve as their industry grows and plan for successful transition for the next generation,” says Todd Hohauser, CEO of HH&A. “With this FEA designation, we continue to add skills to our professional toolbox that help us best serve this niche client demographic.”

 

For more information about the Family Enterprise Advisor designation and the Family Enterprise Xchange click here.

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