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A Sadia E As Sucessivas Sucessões Nas Empresas Familiares

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  • Armando João Dalla Costa

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Estudar a história da Sadia com o objetivo de entender a relação entre a empresa e o comando direto nas mãos do fundador, filhos-genros e netos é o que se propõe este texto. Inicia mostrando como Attilio Fontana passou de comerciante a industrial, começando com um pequeno empreendimento de poucos produtos e voltado para o mercado local e regional. Em seguida busca entender como se deu a evolução em número de unidades industriais, diversificação de produtos, ocupação do mercado nacional e exportações, sob o comando da segunda geração. A partir da primeira metade da década de 1990, sob a direção dos netos do fundador, analisa a situação atual da companhia no mercado interno, assim como sua presença cada vez mais significativa no exterior.

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  • Armando João Dalla Costa, 2005. "A Sadia E As Sucessivas Sucessões Nas Empresas Familiares," Working Papers 0023, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:fup:wpaper:0023 Note: Creation Date corresponds to the year in which the paper was published on the Department of Economics website. The paper may have been written a small number of months before its publication date.
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