MON 24TH JUN 2019


Bringing the family business community together

South West Family Business Forum - Cornwall

Date: 17th September 2019 Price: £0

Join us in Bodmin at the family owned Lanhydrock Hotel and Golf Club for our regional family business conference putting South West family firms on the map.

This event seeks not only to bring the family business together but also provides a great opportunity to discuss some of the unique challenges facing family firms and to hear insights from other family business people and their advisers who have already dealt with some of these challenges too.

As well as some great speakers providing great insights there will be a mini expo during the networking breaks showcasing some fantastic businesses and their products and there is plenty of time for networking too.

Confirmed speakers at the forum will be announced in due course. The Forum runs from 9.30 am until 2.00 pm inclusive of a networking lunch and full hospitality.


9.15 - Introduction

9.30 - Welcome Address

9.45 - Opening Keynote

10.25 - An Audience With - A personal insight into the drivers and challenges behind a leading South West family firm

11.00 - Coffee and Networking

11.30 - The Family Business Sector - Dispelling the myths surrounding family firms

11.50 - Family Business Challenges - An interactive panel discussion around some of the key issues facing family firms today with contributions from numerous family business owners

12.45 - Closing Keynote

1.15 - Lunch and Networking

2.00 - Close

During the afternoon there will be separate workshops on some of the challenges facing family business owners which will be annouced in due course and can be booked separately.

This event is being organised by Family Business United and sponsored by Western Pension Solutions. Further sponsorship opportunities are available so please do get in touch if you want to find out more.

If you have any questions, or I can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate to ask.

Book your tickets to join us here

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