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Salvatore Ferragamo

October 24, 2018

Wanda Ferragamo dies aged 96, Dyson to manufacture new electric vehicle in Singapore, Shahid Khan withdraws offer to buy Wembley Stadium.

Wanda Ferragamo, matriarch of fashion empire Salvatore Ferragamo, dies aged 96

Wanda Ferragamo, who is credited with expanding her husband’s shoe business into the global fashion brand Salvatore Ferragamo, has died at her home in Fiesole, Italy aged 96.

The Ferragamo family issued a statement confirming her death, but did not disclose a cause. She is survived by her four children—Giovanna, Ferruccio, Massimo and Leonardo.

The business has annual revenue of about $1.6 billion, according to Bloomberg News.

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.

February 21, 2013

CampdenFB unveils its annual Top 50 Family Business Leaders list – the names inspiring their businesses and beyond.

March 22, 2012

It’s been a mixed week for family businesses across the world, with some, including Wendel, Inditex and Carlson, reporting strong financial results, while Independent News & Media saw profits hit by tough trading conditions. 

It’s been a mixed week for family businesses across the world, with some, including Wendel, Inditex and Carlson, reporting strong financial results, while Independent News & Media saw profits hit by tough trading conditions.

Wendel, the French investment company controlled by the eponymous family, said on 22 March that revenues jumped 17.5% in 2011 to €5.95 billion, from €5.07 billion in 2010.

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