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April 17, 2014

Entrepreneurship has blossomed in Poland since the fall of Communism, but it remains to be seen if these new businesses will become long-term family companies.

Family-run firms, at first glance, appear to be enormously important to the Polish economy accounting for around 75% of all businesses and 50% of employment, according to academics. But as the majority are still under first-generation ownership, they can’t be classed as family businesses in the strictest sense of the term.

November 18, 2013

Conglomerates founded in the years following the fall of the Ottoman Empire continue to dominate family business in Turkey today. CampdenFB examines the newly industrialised economy’s family business landscape.

Turkey’s family business sector is led by conglomerates, which represent some of the largest institutions in the transcontinental country. Family firms – of all sizes – represent 90% of the nation’s companies, and the largest of them all, Koç Holding, accounts for 9% of GDP.

June 26, 2013

Family business should not be confused with small business in the US

Size matters in the US, which is home to some of the world’s biggest family businesses. The country’s five largest family-controlled firms – Walmart, Ford, Cargill, Koch Industries and Comcast – had combined revenues of $911.9 billion (€694.8 billion) in 2012, more than Indonesia’s GDP.

April 23, 2013

The GCC might just have the highest concentration of family businesses in the world. 

Business means family business in the Gulf Cooperation Council – comprising the six states bordering the Persian Gulf, namely Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Among the best known are such firms as the Kanoo Group in Bahrain and the Al Masaood Group in the UAE. Many, such as Obeikan, the Al Khorayef Group and the Zamil Group, come from Saudi Arabia, which is by far the region’s most populous country.

January 24, 2013

When it comes to business, the French really take family seriously – with as many as 80% of all companies in the country family-controlled. Whether big or small, French family businesses are particularly noticeable in sectors such as luxury, food and beverages.

When it comes to business, the French really take family seriously – with as many as 80% of all companies in the country family-controlled. Whether big or small, French family businesses are particularly noticeable in sectors such as luxury, food and beverages.

CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading French family businesses in an interactive graphic below. 

November 2, 2012

India doesn’t disappoint when it comes to family businesses – around 95% of all companies in the country are family-run. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading Indian family businesses in an interactive graphic.

India doesn’t disappoint when it comes to family businesses – around 95% of all companies in the country are family-run. Besides a large number of mid-size companies, India is also home to a number of giant conglomerates, including the €100 billion Tata Group and Reliance Industries.

CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading Indian family businesses in an interactive graphic below.

August 17, 2012

The Netherlands might be the largest country in the Benelux area in terms of size, but it is also the one where family businesses are predominantly small or medium-sized. But what about the family business sector in Belgium and Luxembourg? CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading family businesses in the Benelux countries in an interactive graphic.

June 6, 2012

Brazil’s family business sector is largely composed of small-sized firms – only 15% of the country’s family businesses are large. But this is likely to change as rapid growth, despite a slowdown in 2011, has made Brazil’s economy bigger than the UK’s. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading Brazilian family businesses in an interactive graphic.

Brazil’s family business sector is largely composed of small-sized firms – only 15% of the country’s family businesses are large, according to consulting firm DS Consultoria Empresarial e Educacional. But this is likely to change as rapid growth, despite a slowdown in 2011, has made Brazil’s economy bigger than the UK’s. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading Brazilian family businesses in an interactive graphic below.

March 4, 2012

Family businesses are the driving force of Germany’s economy and behind much of its success as the second biggest exporter in the world. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading German family businesses in an interactive graphic.

Family businesses are the driving force of Germany’s economy and behind much of its success as the second biggest exporter in the world. They come in all shapes and sizes and include two of the country’s iconic car makers, Volkswagen and BMW.

But many of them are the famed Mittelstand companies – small and mid-sized firms, controlled by the founder or the founder’s family, that drive forward Germany’s economy, which is Europe’s largest.

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