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The chair of Campden Family Connect’s Indian Family Office Forum on November 23, 2022, in Mumbai, India, talks about adaptability and open-mindedness, learning and innovation.

The chair of Campden Family Connect’s Indian Family Office Forum on November 23, 2022, in Mumbai, India, talks about adaptability and open-mindedness, learning and innovation.

In this week’s FB Roundup, Samsung names billionaire family member Jay Y. Lee as executive chairman; Purplebricks founder Michael Bruce sees property portal Boomin go bust and Daniel Kretinsky is cleared to increase his stake in Royal Mail.

In this week’s FB Roundup, Samsung names billionaire family member Jay Y. Lee as executive chairman; Purplebricks founder Michael Bruce sees property portal Boomin go bust and Daniel Kretinsky is cleared to increase his stake in Royal Mail.

Helping the next generation learn leadership skills is possible in a virtual world. But it’s harder and we need to work harder at it, says Mark Essex.

Helping the next generation learn leadership skills is possible in a virtual world. But it’s harder and we need to work harder at it, says Mark Essex.

Ahead of Campden Wealth’s European Family Office Forum in London (November 1-2) and the ClimateTech Investing Forum in Lausanne, Switzerland (December 6-7), Fabienne Michaux, director for SDG Impact at the United Nations Development Programme, talks about why family businesses should approach investment through the prism of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Ahead of Campden Wealth’s European Family Office Forum in London (November 1-2) and the ClimateTech Investing Forum in Lausanne, Switzerland (December 6-7), Fabienne Michaux, director for SDG Impact at the United Nations Development Programme, talks about why family businesses should approach investment through the prism of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

In a tight labour market where talent is scarce, family business should make a virtue of their optionality and flexibility on this issue to attract talent, says Mark Essex.

In a tight labour market where talent is scarce, family business should make a virtue of their optionality and flexibility on this issue to attract talent, says Mark Essex.

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