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Bringing the family business community together

International Family Business Hall Of Fame

2nd January 2017 Paul Andrews

Family Business United ('FBU') champions the family business sector globally and as such is delighted to launch The International Family Business Hall of Fame.

Over time, we will be inducting various individuals, businesses and other organisations who we feel have made a significant contribution to their family firm or the sector as a whole.

Family businesses are significant contributors to the global economy and as such deserve all the recognition they deserve.  The International Family Business Hall of Fame will go some way to give recognition to real exemplars in the family business space and FBU is delighted to be behind this global campaign.

As Paul Andrews, Founder and Managing Director of FBU explains, "The International Family Business Hall of Fame is just that, an opportunity to recognise individuals and organisations for their endeavours, within their own family firms, or as supporters of the family business sector as a whole.  We want to shine a light where people have made a difference, enhanced the family business community and deserve recognition for all of their endeavours."

If you would like to nominate an individual or an organisation for inclusion in the Hall of Fame, please email in the first instance and help us to build a place where credit is given where it is due.

Check out the first inductees here



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