Networks and collaborations
Lancaster’s Centre for Family Business has collaborative links with family business practitioners, advisors, and academic communities both locally and internationally.
It is actively involved with leadership roles in the Global STEP Project for Family Enterprising founded by Babson College (USA). Engaging over 200 scholars from 41 leading universities, this global applied research initiative explores the entrepreneurial processes within business families and generates solutions that have immediate application for family leaders.
It also administers the Editorial Office for the Special Section on Family Business History in the Journal of Family Business Strategy, one of the two major international journals dedicated to family business research.
The Centre is actively involved with leading research and engagement networks in family business such as: