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30-31 March 2022
The Grand Hyatt, Berlin, Germany in person
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Campden Wealth, organiser of the leading European Families in Business Forum, has announced the 18th edition of its event has been rescheduled to 30-31 March, 2022 at the original venue of The Grand Hyatt Hotel in Berlin.

The European Families in Business Forum’s original dates of 1-2 December, 2021 were changed due to growing concerns about the spread of coronavirus, Covid-19, in the Berlin region and throughout Germany.

Neighbouring Austria returned to a full national lockdown yesterday as infection rates on the continent continued to rise.

Peter Newton (pictured), director of events at Campden Wealth, said the wellbeing of clients and staff was the priority.

“Given the evolving context, the best course of action is to postpone the European Families in Business Forum,” Newton said.

“This is not a decision we have taken lightly. We believe these new dates will provide the international family business community with the opportunity to come together in a safe and secure setting to achieve their business objectives. We are grateful to all our community for their support and constructive input during this challenging period, and we look forward to talking with you all in the coming days.”

Campden Wealth said it will be communicating regularly with the family business community to provide details of the rescheduled forum.

The global family business, family office and private wealth membership organisation will continue to host its popular Family Alternative Investment Forum in London on 23-24 February, 2022.

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A private hub for principals, family members and trusted executives of distinguished family businesses

The year 2021 has been a time of great opportunity. Action items once set aside, have been pushed to the top of the agenda. Family and business priorities have been re-examined and re-aligned. And if one thing is for certain, it's that when times get tough, it's the core foundations of a family business - strong leadership, commitment to values and strategic long-term thinking that legacies are made of.

With 86% of family businesses expecting growth in 2022, join us for the 18th European Families in Business Forum as we step out of the looking glass to celebrate, resilience, leadership and our people.

Through a series of case studies, discussions and breakouts find out what strategies’ families are implementing to sustain the achievements of the past two years. From professionalising family governance, to the rapid paradigm shift where profit needs to be aligned with purpose. Hear first-hand experiences from families who have developed new ways of thinking, about the future of their businesses.

Benefits of attending

  • Uncover how generational difference is empowering and transforming family business.
  • Find out how a fresh perspective can be the difference between success and failure.
  • Realign with the latest trends impacting family businesses.
  • Ensure your family business formula will continue bringing lasting success.
  • Hear first-hand experiences from some of the world’s foremost family businesses.
  • Share and ask questions freely in a safe harbour environment.
  • Connect and collaborate with your peers.


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Covid-19 Declaration – Campden Wealth’s commitment to the health and wellbeing of all attendees

Working in tandem with regional and national governments, our venues and suppliers, we are committed to ensuring every Campden Wealth meeting complies with all applicable regulations and restrictions regarding Covid-19. We will continue to take all necessary steps to ensure the safety and security of our members, partners, speakers, attendees and staff at every one of our private meetings with all necessary precautions, as advised by our destination cities and countries, being clearly communicated to all attendees prior to the meeting taking place.