DCU’s Centre for Family Business to go on Roadshow around Ireland
Dublin City University’s Centre for Family Business is inviting incumbent and next generation family business members to attend one of its four nationwide workshops during the month of May. The events will take place in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway from 19th – 28th May.
These interactive workshops entitled ‘Professionalisation of the Family Business – What it is and why it matters?’ will be facilitated by leading family business academic and founding director of the Australian Centre for Family Business, Professor Ken Moores. A veteran family business chairman and non-executive director of fourth generation family business, Professor Moores will speak about structuring the family business and the importance of professionalisation.
Each event will also feature an insightful and thought provoking contribution from a local guest business who will share their experience of professionalising and succession. All workshops will encourage attendees’ involvement and groups will work together to find solutions for common family business challenges.
Dublin event: 19th of May in the William Fry Offices, Dublin 2
Cork event: 21st of May in the River Lee Hotel
Limerick event: 26th of May in the Castletroy Park Hotel
Galway event: 28th May in the g Hotel
The Centre for Family Business Roadshow is supported by partners AIB, PwC and William Fry.
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