Cultivating Culture in Family Business
In this section:
Discover the tools to help you harness your family business culture for long-lasting success.
Culture is naturally rooted in family businesses, but how do you nurture it and develop it as your family firm grows?
Join family business leaders and experts at IFB National Conference 2019 to learn how, by cultivating culture, you can help your business continue to grow for generations to come.
Don’t miss the UK’s biggest family business event, where you’ll get actionable insights on:
- What good culture means in a family business and how you can develop it to achieve strategic goals
- What to do when your current culture is in the way of long-term success
- How family and management can work together to set the cultural tone across your family business
- How your family firm should be evolving to navigate ongoing changes in the workplace
You’ll hear from culture pioneers about their triumphs and challenges; you’ll have the chance to share your journey and help others with theirs; you’ll learn together what it takes to build a positive culture within businesses that are growing and changing every day.
Ignite the potential of your family business culture. Join us in Bath on 6-7 June 2019.
"Simply the event for any business family wanting to develop, learn and share from the experiences, and mistakes, of others. I attend with non-family members as we professionalise our Board. Preparation for my presentation this year created new contacts and multiple insights: this has already impacted our business" Thomas Martin, ARCO
"The IFB National Conference is an opportunity to hear from some world class speakers from the family business world, and to share experiences with other families in a relaxed, private environment" Ross Warburton, Warburtons
"IFB National Conference is the largest UK family business event of the year, with family and business members coming together from across the country. As a family business owner, it is always useful and inspiring to hear the stories of other families. It helps us learn how others have been managing similar challenges to ours" Jonathan Wild, Bettys & Taylors