In Peru, what is the predominant type of business?

Teaching in business schools can improve if they take into account an important issue: the family business. This is because, in so-called “developing country”, like Peru, is the predominant form of organization. The way it interacts family and the family business-the accumulated resources, compartidos- values have an influence on economic performance. And in developed countries, while not dominant, it is important: about 30% of the Fortune 500 and Standard & Poor’s 500 are familiar.
In Peru, the business scenario does not consist of individuals who seek only money but rather the landscape is formed by family groups, interatĂșan with other social partners, and not only claim economic sustainability but other purposes such as family succession or continuity .