Family Businesses

Family businesses are the lifeblood of the Middle East. How do we ensure they survive?

Some of the biggest family businesses in the region grew from humble beginnings; what was behind their success? Image: Unsplash

Hassan Jameel

Deputy President and Vice-Chairman, Abdul Latif Jameel Company Ltd

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What do family business owners in the region see as the main challenges facing them today?
What do family business owners see as the main challenges today? Image: PwC

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