On the 18th of November, thanks to the invaluable support of Empresas Familiares, the voice of Portuguese family businesses, the 3rd European Family Business Summit took place in Lisbon. 140 family business leaders from 17 countries came together to discuss topical political and business issues faced by family-owned companies.
In November 2016 and in collaboration with European Family Businesses, KMPG published a report on what makes family businesses so successful, what challenges they face and how their approach to their jobs differentiates them from other enterprises.
In this 5th edition of the European Family Business Barometer, European Family Businesses (EFB) and KPMG once again seek to bring an insight into the confidence levels of family businesses, the challenges affecting their everyday operations and the solutions they seek to ensure their development and sustainable growth. This
In January, Statistics Finland, in conjunction with the Finnish Family Firms Association, officially released its findings on the importance of family businesses for the Finnish economy. Launched in 2015, the European Commission’s COSME Programme on ‘Statistics for Family Businesses’ is finally nearing completion. The study has found that Finnish
This year’s EFB Summit will be held in Amsterdam from the 29th to the 30th of May. Registrations will be opening very soon so be sure to check EFB’s website in the coming weeks. Click to add this event in your calendariCalendar • Google Calendar • Outlook • Outlook Online • Yahoo! Calendar
The 2017 Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union would like you to save the date for the Business Transfer Conference to be held in Malta on Friday 17th March 2017. An official invitation with further information, a detailed agenda and programme will be sent in due