Sibling partnerships in family businesses have a long history of successes. Join us for our first Family Business Breakfast of 2018, when we hear from three extremely successful family owned businesses on the subject of creating a successful team with your siblings.
Please note that this event is aimed at owners and managers of family businesses.
Sibling partnerships in family businesses have a long history of successes. When working together, teams comprised of brothers and sisters can be extremely effective. However, there are also plenty of dramatic tales of sibling rivalry that have led to the downfall of many a successful business. So what makes some sibling partnerships a great success, while others create a chasm so great it rips familial ties apart?
In our first Family Business Breakfast of 2018 we hear from three extremely successful family owned businesses on the subject of creating a successful team with your siblings.
Held at the easily accessible Bromley Court Hotel, you will be welcomed in the morning by a light breakfast. Tickets are FREE but limited so pre-event registration is required.
Event speakers include:
Lyndsey and Stephen Gallagher -Gallagher Group
Gallagher Group is one of Kent’s premier building, civil engineering, quarrying and property business, Pat Gallagher founded the business back in the 1970's and three of his children are now involved in the business.
Rachel Clacher - Moneypenny
Rachel co-founded Moneypenny alongside her brother Ed Reeves back in 2000. They are a world leader of telephone answering services - most people in the UK have spoken to Moneypenny without realising it. Last year they were placed 4th in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For list
Nick and Marcos Kewell - Kewell Converters Ltd
Founded by Colin Kewell in 1971, Kewell Converters Ltd is now the UK’s leading specialist foam fabricator and foam converter. Colin now works part time for the business and his sons, Nick and Marcos are Joint Managing Directors.