Webcast: Global Family Business Survey launch – Wednesday 2 November 2016

20 October 2016

This year’s Global Family Business Survey is our biggest yet. Between May and August 2016 over 2,800 senior executives from family businesses in 50 countries and across all sectors and industries - from global brands to smaller first generation businesses - generously shared their experiences and insights with us.

We’ve analysed all the data and the results are in our Survey report: The ‘missing middle’: Bridging the strategy gap in family firms.

64% of family business senior executives believe that continuous innovation is the biggest challenge they face over the next five years. Join us on Wednesday 2 November 2016 at 13:00 (UK time) to find out what other issues and challenges are top-of-mind for them.

During our live webcast Stephanie Hyde, PwC’s Global Entrepreneurial & Private Business Leader, will discuss the results of our 2016 Global Family Business Survey. The webcast will also feature a panel of experts including Dr. Eric Clinton, Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Dublin City University Business School and Director of the DCU Centre for Family Business, among others. Our panel will share the key issues and themes which have come out of the Survey, including succession, innovation, the threat of digital disruption, globalisation and the next generation.

Date: Wednesday 2 November 2016
Time: 13:00 (London)
Register here.

The webcast will be interactive allowing you to ask questions via the webcast system or on Twitter using #PwCFamBizSurvey. We look forward to you joining us.

To find out more about the survey or the PwC Family Business team and how we can help your business, get in touch with Sian or one of the team.

Email: Sian Steele
Tel: +44 (0)122 355 2226

View Sian Steele's profile on LinkedIn



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