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June 13, 2018

Ireland’s Musgrave Group has taken out the top honour at the seventh European Families in Business Awards, presented in Madrid on 12 June.

Ireland’s Musgrave Group has taken out the top honour at the seventh European Families in Business Awards, presented in Madrid on 12 June.

The food retail and wholesale company, whose brands include SuperValu, Centra and Daybreak, impressed the judges with its cutting-edge governance structure, and commitment to sustainability and customer well-being.

June 5, 2018

The annual European Families in Business Awards is a golden opportunity to see great examples of family businesses adapting and leading in their respective industries, while preserving proud traditions.

Automation, disruption, and the rise of artificial intelligence—all these 21st century technology trends can be seen as both challenges to existing family businesses and opportunities. Two vital ingredients to help business families prosper in the future and use these trends to their advantage are adaptation and leadership.

The annual European Families in Business Awards is a golden opportunity to see great examples of family businesses adapting and leading in their respective industries, while preserving proud traditions.

April 12, 2018

Exceptional speakers are confirmed and shortlisted nominees are ready for the judges’ consideration now there are just two months to go until Campden Wealth hosts the Davos and Oscars of family business in Europe.

Exceptional speakers are confirmed and shortlisted nominees are ready for the judges’ consideration now there are just two months to go until Campden Wealth hosts the Davos and Oscars of family business in Europe.

May 17, 2012

Family businesses in the luxury sector have once again defied the wider economic gloom with Swiss group Richemont posting a 50% rise in profits, while a number of European firms in other sectors have had a difficult first quarter.

Family businesses in the luxury sector have once again defied the wider economic gloom with Swiss group Richemont posting a 50% rise in profits, while a number of European firms in other sectors have had a difficult first quarter.

Rupert family-controlled Richemont, which owns luxury brands such as Cartier and Piaget, said on 16 May that operating profits for the year ending 31 March increased by 51% to €2.04 billion.

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