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Success and sustainability to remain discussed within the Lincolnshire Family Business Forum

The part that family businesses play in Lincolnshire’s economy, as well as the unique challenges they face, can be acknowledged on the Lincolnshire Family Business Forum on Thursday 18th October.

Hosted by Streets Chartered Accountants, NatWest Bank and Andrew & Co Solicitors, and backed up by Business Lincolnshire, the session is going to be held at Hemswell Court from 11am, and lunch will probably be provided at 1pm.

The forum meeting will target the success and sustainability and large number of Lincolnshire-based family based businesses which have traded for multiple generations.

The session would include a panel of Lincolnshire family partnerships, including Ruddocks, Micronclean, Oldrids along with the Wilsons Organisation (hosts from the Midlands Family Business Awards), that will offer insight into their businesses additionally, the challenges of running, developing and running a business for over one generation. Household will combine to participate in a Q&A.

Jonathan Lowe from Maven Capital Partners and Victoria Copestake from First Enterprise will speak at the event to depict what funding is obtainable to family based businesses through the Midlands Engine Investment Fund.

The Family Business Forum is accessible to both those household managing a family business and men and women the management team.

A family industry is considered an enterprise by which two or more persons in one family have a very controlling interest or derive income from using it; and/or a small business containing traded using more than one comparable included in it for longer than one generation.

To register interest or to confirm your attendance in this event, email [email protected] or telephone Sam Clarke, Marketing & Design Assistant at Streets Chartered Accountants, on 01522 551200.

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