Beauchamps announces three-year partnership with DCU Centre for Family Business
Beauchamps has announced a new three-year partnership with the National Centre for Family Business at Dublin City University (DCU).
The law firm will join existing partners AIB and PwC, who have supported the centre since 2015.
Dr Eric Clinton, director of the National Centre for Family Business, said: “We are very excited that Beauchamps’ support will enable the Centre to further our ongoing research and outreach activities. Our goal is to encourage family business leaders to engage and share personal experience and discuss specific issues of interest to family business. This partnership will allow the Centre to further develop new and very practical layers of support to Irish family firms.”
John White, managing partner at Beauchamps, said: “We wholeheartedly support the centre’s vision to achieve national and international recognition as a centre of world-class expertise and its role in providing advice for family businesses in Ireland and abroad. This collaboration will allow us to share unique research and practical insights with our clients, which we hope will equip them with the knowledge they need to evolve and succeed.
“We are delighted to support the centre and its valuable work and we look forward to working alongside our fellow partners AIB and PwC to help Irish families achieve sustained growth in the years ahead.”