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Bringing the family business community together

The 2017 Family Business Survey

31st January 2017 Paul Andrews

Take part in our 2017 survey to help identify the key challenges facing family firms today and be part of the family business voice.

As a champion of family businesses across the UK Family Business United ('FBU') is keen to keep abreast of the challenges facing family firms to ensure that resources are developed to address the needs of this important sector of the economy.

As Paul Andrews, Founder and Managing Director of FBU explains, "We want to gauge the opinion of family business owners across the UK and the findings from this survey will not only help us to raise awareness of certain challenges, but also to help put the family business sector on the map, to give them a voice and enable resources to be targetted to address the real issues that they face."

Family firms are, by their very essence, based upon relationships and dynamics and the survey seeks to gauge thoughts on topics such as next generation entry into the business, the pressure associated with having your name above the door, and, the extent to which certain topics are of concern.  Family firms are the backbone of the UK economy and the survey is all about giving family firms a voice.

To take part in the survey, please complete the short questionnaire online here

Every single voice makes a difference so make sure that your voice is heard today.  

The results will be made available in the Autumn.


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