Could you work with YOUR DAUGH­TER?

These women do. Here, they re­veal the highs and lows – and why things can get very spiky!

Woman (UK) - - Real Life -

There’s noth­ing like the bond be­tween a mother and daugh­ter – but it’s no se­cret that this re­la­tion­ship can also be one of the most emo­tion­ally fraught. So what hap­pens when you have to see each other every day – and take or­ders? Many women would shud­der at the thought, but these moth­ers and daugh­ters in­sist work­ing to­gether has helped their busi­nesses to thrive, de­spite a few tense mo­ments along the way.

Stud­ies sup­port the idea that rel­a­tives work­ing to­gether can be a route to suc­cess, with 93% of fam­ily-owned busi­nesses ex­pect­ing to grow. An­other sur­vey found bosses see em­ploy­ing younger fam­ily mem­bers as a good way to get a mil­len­nial’s point of view.

Here, we find out the ups and downs of keep­ing busi­ness in the fam­ily…

deb­bie with daugh­ter el­lie

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