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August 11, 2021

There has been a growing focus on mental health and work—but this has been restricted to startups and mental health in the workplace. We have conversations about employee wellbeing, but not about the health of the leader of the enterprise, or the next generation entrepreneur.

There has been a growing focus on mental health and work—but this has been restricted to startups and mental health in the workplace. We have conversations about employee wellbeing, but not about the health of the leader of the enterprise, or the next generation entrepreneur.

This is an important question to explore because it affects not only individual wellbeing, but also could affect the way business is conducted and may cascade down to employees.

April 29, 2021

When I joined my family company a few years ago, fresh out of college, I was determined to work hard and prove my worth, but always had a “Don’t mess this up” post-it stuck at the back of my head.

When I joined my family company a few years ago, fresh out of college, I was determined to work hard and prove my worth, but always had a “Don’t mess this up” post-it stuck at the back of my head.

April 16, 2021

I am writing as the son of a successful father whose enormous shadow I have tried to wiggle out of for much of my professional life. I write this from a personal perspective of watching my first generation of wealth creators struggle to involve their next-gen in the family business.

I am writing as the son of a successful father whose enormous shadow I have tried to wiggle out of for much of my professional life. I write this from a personal perspective of watching my first generation of wealth creators struggle to involve their next-gen in the family business.

January 4, 2021

After a 2020 that was nowhere near what most of us anticipated, it’s perhaps bullish to make predictions about 2021, but Tom McGinness, KPMG’s head of family business, is not deterred from outlining the top 10 topics that he expects to be discussing with those leading family businesses during the coming year.

After a 2020 that was nowhere near what most of us anticipated, it’s perhaps bullish to make predictions about 2021, but Tom McGinness, KPMG’s head of family business, is not deterred from outlining the top 10 topics that he expects to be discussing with those leading family businesses during the coming year.

1.            Reviewing shared purpose

August 28, 2019

One of the trickiest aspects to navigate as a next generation member working in a family business is trying to find the right balance when it comes to work-life, family-life, and self-worth, says next gen entrepreneur Caroline Walerud.

One of the trickiest aspects to navigate as a next generation member working in a family business is trying to find the right balance when it comes to work-life, family-life, and self-worth, says next gen entrepreneur Caroline Walerud.

The second generation member of Sweden’s Walerud family is a partner in her family’s deep tech investment company, Walerud Ventures, and co-founder of Volumental, a startup which developed cloud-based 3D-scanning technology to customise products and services—namely footwear.

August 15, 2019

An award-winning millennial entrepreneur says family businesses must show their rising stars how their family wealth serves the greater good if they want to engage next-gens in succession planning.

An award-winning millennial entrepreneur says family businesses must show their rising stars how their family wealth serves the greater good if they want to engage next-gens in succession planning.

November 16, 2017

In a world where public trust in businesses and other institutions is rapidly declining, family-owned companies are in a unique position to communicate and capitalise on their brands and values. Alexandra Newlove reports

In a world where public trust in businesses and other institutions is rapidly declining, family-owned companies are in a unique position to communicate and capitalise on their brands and values. Alexandra Newlove reports

October 25, 2017

The rise of the millennial consumer may well be the most profound demographic shift in history. Yet with daily news on crises, technology and politics, a longer-term trend like generational change is easily overlooked.

The rise of the millennial consumer may well be the most profound demographic shift in history. Yet with daily news on crises, technology and politics, a longer-term trend like generational change is easily overlooked.

When investors do focus on demographics as an investment theme, they concentrate on the ‘silver dollar’ of aging populations. And where they focus on millennial consumers, we see three key areas of misperception around millennials:

September 27, 2017

The next generation of family business leaders overwhelmingly believe innovation and technology are keys to success but many say their efforts are being frustrated by older generations in charge of their firms.

The next generation of family business leaders overwhelmingly believe innovation and technology are keys to success but many say their efforts are being frustrated by older generations in charge of their firms.

Three-quarters (75%) of next gens surveyed by PwC planned to take their businesses forward and make their mark. However, 26% of them found it difficult to get the incumbents to pay attention to their ideas.

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