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April 26, 2012

Family businesses are big in the Middle East – various estimates say around 90% of all companies in the region are controlled by families. But its importance was further underscored this week with the launch of the Family Business Network GCC, the first of its kind in the area.

Family businesses are big in the Middle East – various estimates say around 90% of all companies in the region are controlled by families. But its importance was further underscored this week with the launch of the Family Business Network GCC, the first of its kind in the area.

Covering members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, the network will be based in Dubai.

June 23, 2011

Accounting firm Ernst & Young and Family Business Network International have joined forces, in a move to increase support for family businesses and their owners around the world.

Accounting firm Ernst & Young and Family Business Network International have joined forces, in a move to increase support for family businesses and their owners around the world.

The move by E&Y, featured in CampdenFB’s list of top 10 accountants for family businesses, emphasises the firm’s interest in upping its commitment to family businesses internationally.

August 27, 2009

What makes a great family business leader? This is a question with no correct answer, and different times call for different types of leadership. Mary Kay Mudd, director of new business development at her family’s business, Mudd Advertising

What makes a great family business leader? This is a question with no correct answer, and different times call for different types of leadership. Mary Kay Mudd (pictured), director of new business development at her family's business, Mudd Advertising, and a member of the Family Business Network's Next Generation Committee, says she can identify two types of leadership within her own family.

August 27, 2009

This issue of Campden FB sees the launch of a new section dedicated to the next generation. Going forward, next generation members will debate, discuss and promote the issues that affect them. In this first article, Thilo Wersborg tells Katie Barker about the activities of the FBN’s Next Generation committee.

Does this sound familiar? "When I joined the family business took on a unique role. There was no one in the same situation could talk to or go to for advice. Most of my friends find it hard to see I have problems, they just see me as privileged because have a family business to work in and they have to struggle in their corporate careers.

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