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December 5, 2011

Are family businesses inefficient? A recent piece in the UK’s Daily Telegraph, headlined “Family-run firms are Britain’s weak economic link”, seems to think so. 

Are family businesses inefficient? A recent piece in the UK’s Daily Telegraph, headlined “Family-run firms are Britain’s weak economic link”, seems to think so.

It was drawing on research carried out by the London School of Economics, which it says found that second and third-generation firms generally had weaker management than non-family-run firms.

October 5, 2011

Family-controlled Shepherd Neame, the UK’s oldest brewer, reckons that being a family business has bolstered its earnings during a difficult economic period.

Family-controlled Shepherd Neame, the UK’s oldest brewer, reckons that being a family business has bolstered its earnings during a difficult economic period.

Fifth-generation Jonathan Neame told CampdenFB: “At a time of recession, we have been able to steer the business well due to our long-term thinking on how to invest in alignment with market trends.”

June 9, 2010

UK family businesses were celebrated last night at the annual Coutts Prize for Family Business, with fifth-generation brewers Shepherd Neame winning the award for the £25 million plus category at the national finals.

UK family businesses were celebrated last night at the annual Coutts Prize for Family Business, with fifth-generation brewers Shepherd Neame winning the award for the £25 million plus category at the national finals.
 

April 30, 2010

Katie Barker spoke exclusively to the CEOs of two award-winning family-owned firms to discover the secrets of their success

Katie Barker spoke exclusively to the CEOs of two award-winning family-owned firms to discover the secrets of their success.

UK family businesses Shepherd Neame Ltd and Day Lewis Plc were awarded the regional Coutts Prize for Family Business in February in recognition of their success during what was a difficult past 12 months.

March 24, 2010

UK family businesses Shepherd Neame Ltd and Day Lewis Plc were awarded the regional Coutts Prize for Family Business last month in recognition of their success during what was a particularly difficult past 12 months. Katie Barker spoke exclusively to the CEOs of both companies to find out how they succeeded in a year of financial crisis

UK family businesses Shepherd Neame Ltd and Day Lewis Plc were awarded the regional Coutts Prize for Family Business last month in recognition of their success during what was a particularly difficult past 12 months. Katie Barker spoke exclusively to the CEOs of both companies to find out how they succeeded in a year of financial crisis.

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