KPMG Partners discuss Philanthropy in the family business.
Most companies are fully prepared to contemplate sustainable innovation on an ongoing basis, as this is the simple option, involving the mere tweaking of current services and products, in order to keep up with consumer wants and needs.
Thierry Mulliez, President of the Mulliez Family Association, discusses foundations for success in family business.
When it comes time to move on or retire, it might seem like the most logical progression is to sell your business to a loyal and invested employee, rather than a stranger.
Stephan Werhahn, shareholder of Werhahn KG, shares insight into the importance of growth for family businesses.
The Hoshi Ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn, has been managed by the Hoshi family since it was established in 718 A.D., making it the world’s oldest independent family firm.
KPMG’s Family Business practice is proud to be working with the Institute for Family Business (IFB) in facilitating this year’s Next Generation Conference, to be held at the prestigious ME London hotel in The Strand, London.
Stephan Werhahn, shareholder of Werharn KG, discusses the process of launching a foundation to integrate the younger generation.
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