Our events allow members to learn from peers and experts; engage in debate and dialogue; get introduced to new paradigms, toolkits and sharing best practices from the region and internationally. The event programs are part of a learning journey designed to develop the three drivers of a sustainable family business: the individual, family relationships and business practices.
The FBCG Annual Summit brings together family business owners for meaningful peer learning on subjects of importance to family business continuity and to ignite conversations that matter. Hear from family business across the GCC and internationally on the key issues affecting family businesses today.
FBN International organizes the annual FBN Global Summit, a member-only event which is hosted by different regions, countries and associations each year. This event makes a great opportunity to meet family businesses coming from all over the world to share their different stories such as: sustaining innovation, overcoming difficulty (conflict & unity), and family social responsibility.
FBCG offers a range of both social and educational events for our next generation members. We offer a range of regional, international and virtual opportunities covering the topics that are most relevant to the upcoming leaders and owners of family businesses including family and corporate governance, next generation development, leadership and decision making.
This flagship event aims to provide the latest legal updates and key implications for family businesses from expert legal practitioners. Through a combination of legal updates, fireside conversations and panel discussions, you can expect to leave with greater insight into viable solutions to your critical legal issues.
The FBN Internship Program allows the next generation to connect and work with other family businesses around the world, learning about their model, values and experiences. We work to match host family businesses that are members of FBN, and FBN NxG Members that are interested in international internships in family businesses other than their own.