TUE 10TH DEC 2019


Bringing the family business community together


Harrison Achieves Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark

Harrison Catering Services has recently achieved the Soil Association’s Bronze Food for Life Catering Mark for another six schools in the London area. Read More

The Generation Game

Without formal succession planning, family-owned businesses run the risk of not being sustainable. Read More

Planning For Posterity’s Prosperity

Why planning is key to preserving the legacy of a family business. Read More

Investment Bank Of 'Mum and Dad'

Anxiety amongst some parents that their children won’t be able to secure employment or face large debts, with many planning to help them with financial outlays. Read More

In Family Firms The Kids Are Alright

According to latest research younger generation would keep a family business alive Read More

From Brewing Scion To The Billionaires’ Furniture-Maker

Mark Boddington, ninth generation member of the UK’s Boddingtons Ale dynasty, wants to build the lesser-known aspect of his family’s name: furniture-making Read More

What Children Should Know Before Joining Family Firms

Good insight into the practicalities of succession planning with regards the next generation and on how to guide children into a family business. Read More

Making Succession a Success

A practical insight into five tips for family business harmony during the succession process. Read More

Creation Of A New Family Firm For Jenga Inventor!

Jenga inventor set to launch a new website and online store with her daughter! Read More

Secrets Of Family Business Longevity

Clear and well defined family values, trust, networks and innovation are often the bedrock for success in family firms, but designing governance structures to face ownership and succession roadblocks are also essential for longevity. Read More

To Join Or Not To Join The Family Business?

Juliette Johnson shares her thoughts on the next generation and the challenges associated with whether or not to join the family firm. Read More

Not In The Family Business, Gen-Y Looks Outside

The shrinking size of families and growing complexities of business, often results in a shortage of competent family members to work in the business. Read More

Begin With The End In Mind

Steve Coveys second habit is 'Begin with the end in mind' – this means every decision we make in business should be made considering our ultimate exit strategy.  Read More

To Be, Or Not To Be The Next Generation Leader

Four questions younger family members should ask themselves before deciding on whether to enter the family firm. Read More

Filling Big Shoes

Just getting to the decision of succession can be a trying one and fraught with difficulty, especially when dealing with Mum and Dad. Read More