FBN 31st Global Summit - Hungria

FBN 31st Global Summit - Hungria

In the world of family business, nothing is most unitarian than a bridge. Indeed, not only do these conceptual structures allow to safely pass over a gap, an obstacle or an apparent contradiction, but they let everyone have access to the family legacy, develop strong trustworthy relationships, connect traditional values and modern business thinking, and keep focus on the long-term continuity.

Building bridges is an art, not a science:

• there are no theoretical or “magic bullet" solutions in family business, because each family's beliefs, experiences and situation are unique.

• Only through continuous practice, creativity and imagination families can learn and experiment their own solutions, processes and agreement to build architectural gems so longlasting and breath-taking in beauty.

At our 31st Global Summit, we celebrate bridge builders. They are business families that have been able to strategize, thrive and transform themselves across generations by connecting people, ideas, and values or by providing a passage over misunderstandings, conflicts and emotions.

This celebration will take place in the magnificent natural setting of Budapest, strategically placed in the hearth of Central-East Europe and his history. Budapest is today a lively cultural centre with its glorious bridges crossing the river of Danube to join the West and East side, Buda and Pest.

Summit at glace

Before the Summit, members travel together in small groups to visit and exchange with Hungarian families during the Learning Journeys. The Summit officially starts on September 28. Participants will be invited to discuss and exchange on the Art of Building Bridges in family businesses over 3 days:

• Day 1: Design your bridge

• Day 2: Build your bridge

• Day 3: Cross your bridge

Speakers and case studies

Speakers at past FBN gatherings include George H. W. Bush, Al Gore, Helmut Kohl, Margarita LouisDreyfus, Sunil Bharti Mittal, John Elkann, André Hoffmann, Fisk Johnson, Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, Valérie Mars, Paolo Zegna, Bertrand Piccard, Sadhguru, Mathieu Ricard, and many others. As for academics, previous speakers include Randel Carlock, John Davis, Ivan Lansberg, Heinrich Liechtenstein, John Ward and Pankaj Ghemawat.

The FBN Summit has been for decades the leading family business gathering worldwide. It’s not a classic conference, it’s a family reunion as members come in family. For speakers, it’s a unique trusted and confidential setting, across generations, allowing them to

• contribute with their own personal and family stories

• expand their network

• learn from peers and world-renowned leaders

• gain personal insights from other leading families on difficult topics

• have fun and enjoy exceptional social and networking activities

Here are two short video trailers on some of the latest editions:

Venice 2018 

Udaipur 2019 

FBN in a nutshell

FBN is a vibrant global network run by family businesses, for family businesses, across generations.

Founded in 1989, it brings together over 4,000 business-owning families – 17,000 individual members including 6,400 Next-Generation members – across 32 chapters in 65 countries. ‘By family businesses’ and ‘for family businesses’, FBN is a safe, shared-learning space for enterprising families to flourish across generations, through the exchange of excellent, innovative and impactful practices.

FBN’s Summits have been recognized for their interactive learning formats that spark new ideas and help build important relationships – sessions in plenary, parallel and small group gatherings; travel with other business families on in-country learning journeys and day-long family business visits; and sharing meals with new and old friends in spectacular surroundings.

This year, the Program Committee of the Summit will be co-chaired by Prof. Heinrich Liechtenstein (IESE) and David Boross (Chair, FBN Hungary).

Para mais informações, entre em contato com a FBN Brasil:

(11) 94593-5345


Tenho interesse

Data: 28/09/2022
Horário: .h
Local: Hungria
Associados da FBN Brasil: R$ 0,00
Não associados: R$ 0,00