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Family businesses contribute


of UK total tax revenues


Family Businesses account for


of UK private sector employment (9.5m people)




make it to second generation family ownership


Family businesses generate


per annum of UK tax receipts


Family businesses account for almost


of the overall UK GDP




fail to plan formally for succession


Accreditation - Introduction to Family Business

Date: 13th September 2013

Location: Drayton Manor

Would your firm's family business offering benefit from the involvement of more junior professionals?

Please consider whether anyone from your organisation would be interested in undertaking the accreditation programme. This workshop identifies some of the areas that need to be recognised if the family business of today is to succeed well into the future. It provides greater understanding of the specific issues that family businesses face. 

Specific topics include:

 -Defining a family business

 -Recognition of the contribution family businesses make to the economy

 -Review of the common models and frameworks

 -The family business ownership model

 -Different roles and impact on the decision making process

 -Identifying key issues in transition from one generation to the next

 -Business management models

 -Balancing the family, business and personal life

 -Recognising the systems in collision

 -Examining the causes and levels of conflict within a family business

If you would like to reserve a place for this accreditation day then please email

£1865 Accreditation rate
£1265 Discounted rate (where the attendee is from a firm that already has three members from same firm sign up)
The price set out above includes the cost of the whole accreditation programme (i.e 3 full days training) and a years membership of ICFIB


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