Peter Roper The Family Business Man
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We have one main form of regular communication:

Peter writes a fun and informal blog aimed at family business owners each week called Thought4The Week with the latest information about events, members, and opportunities.


Five reasons to subscribe to these are:
 
  1. Already a member? They are vital communication tools!
  2. If you are a guest, it will provide you with ideas you can use directly in your business.
  3. You can learn from other people’s successes and failures.
  4. Get the latest up-to-the-minute information for family businesses.
  5. Easy to read and effective as communication tools plus most of all to the point!
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Change Is Constant

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