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October 29, 2012

Family Enterprise USA is conducting its annual survey of what family businesses in America are feeling towards the economy and government policy.

Family Enterprise USA is conducting its annual survey of what family businesses in America are feeling towards the economy and government policy.

The results of the survey will be published in a report to be presented to Washington DC legislators in December.

The identity of survey respondents will not be shared, and all responses will be aggregated together to show attitudes about some of the big issues confronting the US.

October 25, 2012

Despite the big role family businesses play in employment generation and economic activity in countries worldwide, governments are doing little to support the sector.

Despite the big role family businesses play in employment generation and economic activity in countries worldwide, governments are doing little to support the sector.

October 10, 2012

More than half of German next-gens want to take over their family business, bring in outside managers and focus on international expansion, while only 4% would consider selling the family firm. 

More than half of German next-gens want to take over their family business, bring in outside managers and focus on international expansion, while only 4% would consider selling the family firm.

October 3, 2012

Succession planning appears to be a big challenge for family businesses in Singapore – but if next-gens are to take over the company, founders want them to focus on entrepreneurialism and innovation.

Succession planning appears to be a big challenge for family businesses in Singapore – but if next-gens are to take over the company, founders want them to focus on entrepreneurialism and innovation.

September 19, 2012

Russian entrepreneurs show little desire to pass their companies onto their children, as concern about the business environment in the country means most are focused on short-term goals, rather than long-term ones.

Russian entrepreneurs show little desire to pass their companies onto their children, as concern about the business environment in the country means most are focused on short-term goals, rather than long-term ones.

This was the main finding of the third Campden/UBS Russia’s Wealth Creators research, which spoke to a wide variety of entrepreneurs across the world’s largest country.

September 13, 2012

Family businesses are outperforming non-family companies, with many achieving strong growth in the last year as most firms struggle to generate revenue, according to research from Credit Suisse and Ernst & Young.

Family businesses are outperforming non-family companies, with many achieving strong growth in the last year as most firms struggle to generate revenue, according to research from Credit Suisse and Ernst & Young.

The study found that 60% of family businesses surveyed saw revenue growth of at least 5% in the last year. Family firms were also more likely to outperform public companies largely because of their focus on long-term investment, according to the research.

July 9, 2012

The family business model is taking hold in eastern Europe, but it is slower to develop in Russia. With the aid of proprietary research, CampdenFB looks at some of the trends in the region.

May 31, 2012

Family businesses are the bedrock of Canada’s strong economy, but many are “overwhelmed” by succession and governance challenges. 

Family businesses are the bedrock of Canada’s strong economy, but many are “overwhelmed” by succession and governance challenges.

March 16, 2012

Family businesses in England and Wales believe succession is their biggest challenge, but figures in a study by UK-based private bank Coutts suggest corporate governance is also proving problematic. 

Family businesses in England and Wales believe succession is their biggest challenge, but figures in a study by UK-based private bank Coutts suggest corporate governance is also proving problematic.

Entitled Governance in Family Business, the report was based on a survey of more than 300 family businesses with revenues between £1 million (€1.2 million) and more than £100 million.

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