Every year we host a number of conferences, worskhops and seminars all with a view to translate the latest family business research into practise and assist Irish family businesses with a sustainable management model.
Through our extensive engagement and events programme we aim to build an Irish Family Business learning community and anyone- family business incumbent owners and managers, next generation, family business advisors - can get involved.
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Family Business' testimonials
"The CFB network , initiatives and workshops have been very beneficial for both Generation’s 1 and 2 involved in our family business and those not directly involved. Some excellent workshops during the past 24 months in particular with Ken Moores."
Patrick Buckley, Deputy Managing director, EPS Water, 2nd Generation family business.
"By being part of DCU CFB community is where I found out that most family business have the same difficulties and challenges and that it was not an isolated issues to Matthews family business. Here we found professional help and real practical solutions from both the CFB facilitators, family business case studies and also from other fellow participating companies. CFB is a one stop shop for sharing issues and finding solutions and most importantly ensuring the sustainable succession of our business to at least one more generation."
Noel Matthews, Development Director, Matthews Coaches, 2nd generation family business.
“I am getting involved with CFB to interact with like-minded people to share ideas and burdens alike. The events I have attended have been both enlightening and encouraging.”
Trisha Arnord, Human Resources manager, TVM, 1st generation family business.
Through research collaboration with industry, our academics and research scholars can gain in-depth insights into the realities of the marketplace, while your organisation can stay ahead of the game by accessing fast-breaking knowledge that could give you a valuable competitive advantage.
Recent published research projects and papers are: