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Insights and interviews with those involved with the family business sector around the world.  Personal insights on educational programmes, family firms and the challenges that family businesses have to deal with on a daily basis.

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Damien Mullen - All Sewn Up At Mullen & Mullen!

Mullen & Mullen is a family tailoring firm, founded by Damien & Dominic Mullen in 2004. We're proud to produce bespoke tailoring in Yorkshire from the finest cloths.  Read More

Eddie McKeever - Life In The McKeever Family Hotel Group

The family business is currently run by the first and second generation. Eddie McKeever shares his thoughts on his role and life in the family business. Read More

Ruaridh Hesketh - Preserving The Family Business!

Ruaridh Hesketh on life in a third generation family business making high quality preserves and chutneys.   Read More

Rajesh Narain Gupta - Understanding Family Business In India

A practical insight into the family business sector in India and some of the challenges faced by family firms. Read More

James Buffoni - Happy But Never Satisfied At Ryedale Group

Ryedale Group is a group of Companies built on a core of values, specialist print-manufacturing solutions, marketing solutions and innovation.  James Buffoni, the Commercial Director and next generation waiting in the wings shared his thoughts. Read More

Lord Newborough - It Is All In The Family Estate!

The Rhug Estate covers 12,500 acres extending from Gwyddelwern in the north, Carrog to the east, Cynwyd to the south and Maerdy to the west.  Read More