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Your Local Hang-Out for all Things Family Business

You’re the “next gen” of your family business, wondering when you’ll be in charge, or if you are, how to do it your way. You may feel alone, unique, but you’re not. There are many of you, right here in Buffalo. Hang around and check out their stories, share yours, and you might even run into some old friends.

Join us for "FAMILY BUSINESS FEUD" for the crudest, rudest battle between Leading Gens and NxtGens for mastery of the Family Business world.  This is the grudge match of grudge matches so fashion your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy ride.

Family Businesses Giving Back: John R Oishei Foundation

We focus our lens on the John R. Oishei Foundation enhances the economic vitality and quality of life for the Buffalo Niagara region through grantmaking, leadership and network building

Family Restaurant Recipes: The Family Tree Restaurant - Pastitsio

The Family Tree Restaurant shares it's world famous Pastitsio because as wonderful as it is to eat at home, it's even better here.

NextGen Advisors LLC
50 Fountain Plaza, Suite
1700, Buffalo, NY 14202

NxtGen Advisors LLC

RBC Wealth Management
6225 Sheridan Drive

Suite 318
Williamsville, NY 14221
(716) 635-8414

Tyczynski Team

Recent News

The Importance of Trusts – Not Boilerplate!

Creating a trust is an essential component in your estate planning, but boilerplate trusts can often derail or negate the personal goals of your trust. Boilerplate trusts use form language and lack individual thought. They are not personal to you. They are often...

Celebrating the Outstanding Women of Family Business

Every day, countless women make irreplaceable contributions to the success of family-owned businesses. The Warren Group’s editorial board set out to honor female family business professionals who demonstrate outstanding leadership in both their businesses and their local communities, and they were thrilled by the caliber of the nominations they received. The exceptional group of women receiving the 2016 Outstanding Women of Family Business Award epitomizes the dedication and spirit needed to make a family business successful.

Community Engagement

Community engagement is a hallmark of many successful family businesses. Family business leaders make giving back to the communities that support them a pillar of their businesses. Indeed, each fall, the Conway Center for Family Business honors and celebrates many family businesses who are exemplary stewards of our Central Ohio community at its...

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“The Conway Center gives a framework to start thinking about succession planning and other issues that are important to maintaining and growing your family business. They also have the resources to help make sure you stay on track. Progress depends on all of us being able to share our thoughts and challenges. At the Conway, we can all communicate with each other transparently to share best practices on how to ensure our family businesses go into perpetuity.”
Rhett Ricart

President & CEO, Ricart Automotive

The Moment

The Moment

is the journey whether to enter or reject the Family Business. Where did this journey begin?

Rejecting It All

Could you imagine living the rest of your life without being the “kid”?

Nxt Door Neighbors

Living next  door to cousins was great, especially if your Aunt‘s cooler than your Mom. But does Mom really like spending 24/7 with Dad’s family?

First Job

How old were you? Did you get paid? Ha Ha. Did you get lunch out of it?

Family Business Rituals

Was it potluck dinner on inventory day? How come my family had to take inventory, but my cousins didn’t. In “Bloodline”, they had the Family Table.

Coming Home

Sure they’re crazy, but they’re your crazy. Whether you join the business or not, you’ve always have a home.

Birth

Forget fingers and toes. Forget whether you look like Aunt Edna. The only question anybody cares about going into the Family Business.

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