Welcome to our collection of Family Business Times – a series of newsletters for the family business community.
Our aim is to offer ideas that are helpful to everyone who is involved in the family business sector. We hope you enjoy our collection of Family Business Times, a content newsletter covering various topics from entrepreneurial family businesses to conflicts in a family business. If you would you like to discuss the topics in our newsletter in further detail feel free to contact us. We welcome your thoughts, whether this is to challenge, validate our perspective or provide a different angle on issues relevant to you.
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In this edition we invite you to participate in the 8th European Family Business Barometer survey. In conjunction with over 25 countries across Europe we continue to track and analyse the business trends and sentiments of the family business community identifying and discussing the key issues being faced by families across Europe and here in the UK.
Welcome to the Winter Edition of the Family Business Times, in this edition we share Family Office trends for 2019, dissect the results from KPMG’s 2018 Family Business Barometer and have some great insights from the Co-founder of Mr & Mrs Smith and KPMG’s Brexit team
In this edition we look into Succession Planning for the Family Business and highlight some exciting events happening across the UK and some thought leadership that may interest you.
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