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A family affair as KPMG hosts event for family businesses

Succession, strategy and psychology were just three of the themes discussed at the KPMG Private Enterprise Family Business Insights event

9th December, 2018
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Tom Keogh, Harry Hughes, Pat Flahavan and Ken McCracken

Succession, strategy and psychology were just three of the themes discussed at the KPMG Private Enterprise Family Business Insights event last Tuesday evening.

A capacity crowd convened at the James Joyce suite in Bewley’s on Grafton Street to network and to glean insights from a six-member panel of Irish family business leaders, in a lively discussion moderated by Anton Savage. Maurice Healy of the Healy Group, Harry Hughes of Portwest, Tom Keogh of Keogh’s Crisps,...

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