New Campaign For Family Businesses Launched

Family Business United is delighted to launch a new campaign to celebrate the uniqueness of the family business sector.  Entitled ‘The Essence of Family Business’ the aim of the campaign is to represent the true essence of family businesses in a captivating collection of images.

Family firms are invited to submit images that truly reflect the essence of ‘who they are’ as a family firm and images may include people, products, livery, historic events, production, generations of family members, ancestors – anything that defines the very underlying essence of the family business.

A collection of the best images will be created and shared in due course and there will be a public vote to determine the top ten that will be released in 2021.

As Paul Andrews, Founder and CEO of Family Business United explains, “2020 has been a tough year and we wanted to do something that brings the family business community together to celebrate as one by creating a fabulous collection of iconic family business images.  We are excited about the creation of the collection that will showcase some of the very best from the world of family business.  Images need to be submitted before the end of the year and we will then announce the collection early in 2021. Images are welcome from family businesses in all corners of the world.”

“This campaign will certainly highlight some great family firms, full of history and heritage but innovation and entrepreneurship too.  As ever, the family business sector will undoubtedly surprise us and we look forward to a vibrant collection to really shine a light on the wonderful world of family business, and it will be a really positive message and celebration of the sector as we start the new year, hopefully putting some of the trials of 2020 behind us.”

Family firms are encouraged to submit their images using the form below:

Essence of Family Business

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