NEW: master class cycle ‘Continuity and succession in family businesses’.

23 September 2021

23 September 2021

NEW: master class cycle ‘Continuity and succession in family businesses’.

Family businesses bring a special dynamic. It is not only the company’s bottom line that counts, but a balanced power play within the family is essential. Pressures of the past, tension due to different expectations, perseverance of generations and family pride are examples of themes involved.

In collaboration with crmLiNK and Result Mediation, Gwynt has developed a master class specifically for directors, supervisory directors, supervisors, advisory board members and engaged family businesses. The Masterclass is all about ‘Continuity and succession in family businesses’

“Continuity and Succession in Family Businesses” is an offering that inspires and informs. To be a good partner in the management of the family business, you must continue to develop in skills and knowledge, and stay abreast of the latest tax, managerial and legal developments at the intersection of family and business. What is the right strategy to be and stay relevant?

Work is done in small groups to ensure good interaction and personal attention. Case study discussion is a regular feature and prior to each session you can submit issues and/or dilemmas. With the other attendees and the expert, you can apply the theory to your own practice.

4 master classes cover a variety of topics. One of the modules “How to stay relevant in times of disruption” is led by Dirk-Harm Eijssen. Dirk-Harm Eijssen will offer several concrete tools during this master class.


The master class cycle consists of 4 modules starting at 4 p.m. and concluding at 9 p.m.

  • module 1: November 2, 2021
  • module 2: November 23, 2021
  • module 3: December 7, 2021
  • module 4: December 21, 2021

More information and registration

The investment for the entire cycle is €2,450, – excl. VAT, including materials and catering. For more information and to register visit Continuity and Succession in Family Businesses