London’s leading conference and events venue, The QEII Centre, is to host the Family Firm Institute’s (FFI) annual global conference on 21 and 22 October.

It will be the first time the conference, which brings together the most influential leaders in the field of family-owned companies and has run since 1988, will take place at QEII.

FFI is working with academic host Cambridge Judge Business School to deliver the two-day in-person event titled Shaping Futures: Evolve, Emerge, Engage.

Delegates will be invited to attend keynotes from Fisk Johnson, chairman and CEO of SC Johnson, Christoph Loch, director of Cambridge Judge Business School and ‘futurenaut’ Mark Stevenson, take part in breakout sessions covering a wide range of areas of family business and celebrate the accomplishments of the FFI’s membership.

The in-person conference, which will be held in The QEII Centre’s Churchill and Pickwick rooms and across the second floor, follows the FFI’s two-day virtual conference on 18 and 19 October.

The FFI annual global conference is open to anyone involved in family business. For more details on the conference, or to register to attend the in-person event at The QEII Centre visit