How Can Family Businesses Mitigate Disruption?

On this episode of The Family Business Voice, Amy Thompson from Monkey Business Catering dicusses her family’s non-linear journey to entrepreneurial success. – The Thompsons started Monkey Business Catering because they found the franchise model they were working under before too restrictive. – Flexibility is key; their size and close association mean they’re ready to […]

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On this episode of The Family Business Voice, Amy Thompson from Monkey Business Catering dicusses her family’s non-linear journey to entrepreneurial success.

– The Thompsons started Monkey Business Catering because they found the franchise model they were working under before too restrictive.

– Flexibility is key; their size and close association mean they’re ready to capitalise on opportunities as they arise.

– Each member of the family brings a unique strength to the organisation, and Monkey Business Catering is structured in such a way that they complement each other.

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