Family Business Week Summit

Manchester

28 November 2024, 2:00 pm

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About

This year, Family Business Week celebrates the important role of family firms in supporting their local economy and community. This Summit will bring together leading family businesses with family business peers, advisors, policymakers and MPs to share best practice and real examples of the function of family businesses in thriving local economies.

Through supporting employees, local suppliers, customers, community and charitable initiatives family businesses enrich the communities they serve, with roots which often go back generations.

Family Business Week 2024 will run from the 25th – 29th November with events in London and the North West.

Special thanks to FBW Principal Sponsors NatWest.

Who should attend?

This event is for Family Business UK Members looking to:

  • engage with policy makers and regulators to ensure the voice of the family business sector is heard
  • contribute their ideas and challenges around the support offered to family businesses
  • gain insight into helping their local economy to thrive

Format

14:00-14:30 Registration and refreshments

14:30-14:45 Welcome

14:45-15:15 Opening Keynote: The role of policy to support family firms’ futures

15:15-16:00 Panel: Thriving local economies – discussing opportunities for family businesses to support their local economies

– comfort break –

16:15-16:45 Ones to Watch Showcase – Championing real family businesses

16:45-17:00 Closing Remarks

17:00-18:00 Networking Reception

Location

NatWest, 1 Spinningfields Square, Manchester M3 3AP

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Want To Get Involved in Family Business Week 2024?

Whether you’re a family business owner, employee, adviser or a policymaker, there are plenty of ways to get involved and show your support for Family Business Week.

From sharing your story to inviting your local MP to visit your site on #FamilyBusinessFriday, get involved and help us spread the message about why family businesses are important to the whole of the UK. More information